34, female, Single
Knoxville, United States
Musician/Model/Medical Experiment. I write songs, sing, and sort of play guitar. I've fronted several bands, all of which were named "Great Neck" after the city in long island where I had botched neck surgery. I am disabled with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and Arnold Chiari Malformation, because of this I've had to withdrawal from college twice with a 4.0 GPA the first time in biochemistry and the second for media production/music business. All that really means is that I get to make music the focus of my life. I work as a "cuddle" therapist, seriously, and I love doing it. I am a professional listener, adventurer, and creative spirit. Looking to find people who are into that.
52, female, Divorced
North Highlands, United States
Non smoker, healthy eater, Jehovah's Witness, truther... seeks similar views.I am a poet, and a songwriter. I am learning to play the guitar, I love to sing and I want to tour. I had a partnership with a talented musician for a few years and now I am addicted! But I have no one to write songs with anymore and that makes me sad. My genre's range from classic rock, to folk and punk to pop. I don't enjoy hard screaming metal. I love a funky baseline and a beautifully complicated lead guitar. I don't like games, had enough of violence. I don't smoke (anything) and I drink just a little sometimes. I like someone who can control himself, but doesn't need to control me. Someone who is ambitious enough to try new things, travel etc., and satisfied with a simple life.One of my dreams is to get rid of all my stuff and buy a Toyota mini RV and spend a year driving to Panama. Then I want to ferry down to South America and spend the next year there. I am currently a student (Again) studying photography and I am am working on publishing a book of poems as a domestic abuse survivor. I already have a degree in accounting but have been disabled several years and need to change gears. I have been single since 2002, raising my kids and now they are about to leave the nest. Now its my time. Come and spend some time and let me be your muse.
47, male, Divorced
Henefer, United States
writing about me on here makes me feel a little nervous and i am not really sure of what to say or what not to say.I don't know if I'm alone in this, but I do know for sure that talking to a whole lot of persons is quite tasking, so here I am saying I'm in search of just one woman, I mean one woman that is going to listen to me and accept me no matter my flaws Relationship that have growth potentials are always a plus. I never thought I would resort to disabled to look for a companion (Soulmate), but as the saying goes, "Never say never" lol.I'm divorced with a kid.I don't know what else I can add in here, but of course if you can be bold enough to ask any questions, then I'll be more than happy to answer them, if for nothing at least a new friend is gained so what are you waiting for? especially now that I've gotten your attention lol.I'll drop the curtain here and wait for who ever is bold enough to knock on my door.ThanksLane
33, male, Single
Raymond Bay, Palestinian Territories
My interests are investment, development, massive success, having a real woman that I want to live with her all my life, having kids, mastering cooking Italian food, Italian dancing, doing postgraduate studies, helping poor and disabled people.
39, female, Single
Britt, United States
My name is Minna, I was born with cerebral palsy. I was born February 25, 1983, I have two older sisters Miia and Maiju. When I was two years old I became a big sister, her name is Suvi. My family is from Finland, I’m the only disabled one out of the sisters. When I was 5 years old I had my first surgery on my legs and I was in a full length body cast. I remember getting popcorn stuck in my body cast so I had to go to the hospital and get it taken out of my body cast. I was in the sixth grade and I got a social dog, her name was Lucy she was a black lab. When I was in the seventh grade my parents sent me to a special school where they would teach us how to be independent and not to depend on others. When I was in highschool, my dad passed away from colon cancer, he always taught me how to trust in God better than man.The last days that he was alive I sat in his room and on December 22,1999 I told him that he could go home to be with Jesus. The next day December 23rd, 1999 he lost his battle to cancer..When I returned back to school, every thing was different because I was use to calling home and hearing my dad pick up. I played wheelchair sports, and I was playing wheelchair basketball and I remember throwing the basketball at the hoop very hard because I was mad that my dad was gone and not here anymore.Summer 2000 I went to Iowa and from there I won six gold medals and when I came home for the summer I went to his grave and put “to the best dad”. My sister and brother in law and my nephew who was two at the time, they took me to hershey park. I was surprised when we got there. I had fallen asleep on the way there, but my nephew woke me up as we were entering where it said “Hershey Park”. I remember I was so happy to go there too. When my dad was alive he always called me his chocolate queen, that’s how he got me to my therapies I hated going to them what kid would want to go when you see your 3 sisters not having to go to them.