62, male, Divorced
Big Arm, United States
I am divorced, I have 4 kids none of them live at home, I am disabled from car accident in March of 1998, I live alone, I like gardening, fishing and hunting now and then, I do many repairs myself, I like a clean home, I am not a bad cook.
31, female, Single
I'm not disabled and don't have a fetish for disabled people, I just think nobody is perfect. I'm a really outdoorsy, love to be surrounded by nature and the countryside. I've lived in cities and that's okay, just need my shot of nature on a regular basis. My favorite artist is Elvis, but I do love me some Chuck Berry, Cash etc. I appreciate rockabilly, country, classical piano music and some dubstep whenever I'm doing chores.Hiking, sports, art, music, travel, adventure is all important to me. I do miss someone to share and make new memories with. So doesn't matter where you're from, the internet reaches far.. If you're interested in a conversation just shoot me a message.
35, male, Single
Lakewood, United States
I love to be romantic. I am disabled from an accedent but I still get around. My right leg doesn't work properly. I don't have a lot of money, I don't have a large "tool" and I am not Brad Pit. But I am honest, loving, kind, fathful, true to a fault and will always support you no matter what. I enjoy gaming, anime, manga, reading, poetry, movies, tv, music, cooking, and doing romantic things. If your intrested. I am on k i k. BrokenLoneWolf Please give me a chance. All I want is to love and be loved in return.
35, female, Single
Nice to Meet you.Let me tell you a little about me.I work with Disabled Children and have resently moving into my own appartment.I'm really enjoying living on my own and I'm currently saving money for a holiday.Love seeing my family and friends and going to the beach or dinners.Currently I'm just looking for friends.:) C ya!!
52, male, Single
Desborough, United Kingdom
My name is John Welsh& l looking for a Relationship & Friendship nowI enjoy Helping Disability & Disabled People to Speak Up