- Birthday 12/08/1956
- Member # 165540
- Location Barnesville, MN, USA
Too many to list. I love researching things that impact my life. I love forensics, and the methods used to find answers. I am also a nature nut and I don't mind rural living. I love crafting with leather and natural things such as wood and feathers, etc. I like photography and being outdoors, I have an affinity to raptors and other birds. I am also a newbie Harley Davidson enthusiast. Hubby says he will buy me my own bike once I am with him.. :)
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California Service Center
Saint Paul MN
We met online last July and sparks flew when we met in person. Been doing LDR ever since. We married in San Antonio TX where my mom and stepdad live. It makes perfect sense for me to move to the US as most of my immediate family members are American and live in the US (I have lived a complicated life, lol!). I was raised in New York state, so it will feel like coming home.Mike is from Grand Rapids, MN and I have had the pleasure of meeting a lot of his family members. Northern MN reminds me so much of Ontario, where I was born, and spent a few years in when I was in the military.I feel so blessed to have found someone who gets me. Anyway, I am so happy to have found this site, so that we are not at the complete mercy of the immigration powers that be.Married on January 2nd, 2014 in Bexar County, San Antonio, Texas. :)Update :Married and commuting to Fargo nearly every weekend is taking its toll on me (and my car). I am now waiting on NVC, and back working shifts (12 hour shifts) which does seem to speed up the time space continuum in my life..lol. Hopefully I will be in Montreal sometime in January and end up with my visa by February, Fingers crossed!Lots of changes here. Arrived in the US in April 2015, landed a job in my field in June. My husband bought a lot in Barnesville, MN in May and built a house there...moved in at the end of September. So I straddle the ND-MN state line daily as I work in Moorhead. Loving it here so far, although the adjustment is taking a little more effort than one would think for a Canadian. Wouldn't have it any other way though!!!