I grew up on a farm in northen Ohio, my soul is rooted in that land. While I've been away from it for many years now nothing in life calls to me like the land. I've been able to practice some urban homesteading over the years but my life goals have always been to live off the land. I recently changed direction with my life and took a huge step and moved back home, started a business and now I have some land that I have huge plans for, but I'm missing a life partner to share my ideals with. I'd love to find a good hearted down to earth man age 28 -39 ish. I'm not picky about looks, I just want a good person, loyal, dedicated, able to share feelings and talk shit out. I'm 420 friendly but pretty opposed to anything else. I'm looking for someone who will appreciate working side by side with me on projects and not wanting traditional male/female roles. A man who wants to trade back rubs and who gets excited about the seasons changing. I tend to be really quiet and shy in public, but my energy is really loud, I'm always thinking, creating, singing and I love life and think the best things are free, campfires, horseback rides, swimming. I don't let money run my life, I think I'm funny, I like to kid and joke around or just say weird stuff or make up my own words. I've never been married and I've never had any kids, although I would like to try, or possibly adopt or foster if that isn't possible biologically. Don't expect me to get up and do my hair every morning I'm not that kinda girl, my social media is full of photos of plants, animals and art. I love to learn and read or watch YouTube videos about projects, homesteading, raising animals and things like that. I often feel very at odds with the modern world, the white picket fence "American deam" isn't mine, the real America is much more interesting. I guess if you feel the same way send me an email email@example.com
Hi I'm intrested in getting to know you. Your bio resonates with my own spirit. My names Jacod and I'm about to turn 41. It's time for me to put down my own roots for me and my two young sons. I'm in Texas but im looking for land in Arkansas or Tennessee.
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