Bakersfield, California, United States
About Me:

Hi... my name is Mo, and I am a hospice nurse and I live in the central valley of California. I am actually from the four corners of NM and would love to be in that area of the country again. I'm an active member of the church and am looking for same. I love going to the LA temple, and I love serving in my calling in my little ward here in BFL. I have two great grown kids and a fabulous daughter in law, and maybe one day I will have some grand kids if I'm lucky! I love Lobo basketball, professional basketball, hockey, and college football. My favorite sport is skiing. I love to golf, but only if I have a partner. I eat very healthy and go to the gym when I'm forced/really motivated lol. I like to ride my bike when there is someone to ride with. Some do not know this, but us nurses are like bartenders/hairdressers: nothing is sacred, and even worse, we get all the questions no one will ask their dr. Ha ha ha. It's cool, I'm used to it. Nothing is off the table. You wouldnt believe the stuff people ask me, especially in hospice. I have a great sense of humor, and if you cant laugh at your self and find the humor in life, then it's just not worth living. Ok... what's the difference between an oral and rectal thermometer? The taste....

Who I'd Like to Meet:

I'm looking for someone who wants a great eternal companion, who wnats to live a life of service in the temple and possibly a service mission. I am a real giver, and my love languages are service and affection. I'm a hard worker and want someone who is willing to work toward mutual goals. I'm looking for someone who is not afraid of fulfilling physical and emotional intimacy, and is willing to go the extra mile for romance. And like I said before... keep that sense of humor... its critical.

How I feel about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints:

I was baptized at the age of 11, married in the temple at 19, and fell away at the age of 32 after my divorce. I had my name removed from the records of the church when I was in my late 30's and I was rebaptized about 7 years ago and it was the best decision of my life. I'm sooooo glad that I did! I know the Book of Mormon is true, and I am so glad to know of the sacrifice of the Savior. I dont know how people who don't have the gospel do it....

In the future 
Temple Status:
Temple Recommend 
Church Attendance:
Body type:
5' 8" 
Native american 
Social Setting:
Social butterfly, Side kick, Comic relief 
TV watching:
Movies, News junkie, Reality show addict 
Blues, Classic Rock, Country/Western, Eighties, Soul/Rhythm and Blues 
Sense of humor:
Clever / Quick witted, Dry / Sarcastic 
Political Views:
Art, Family, Gardening, Listening to music, Photography 
Home and family
Marital status:
Have kids:
Yes - but not at home 
Want (more) kids:
Living situation:
Looking For:
Professional life
College grad 
Employment status:
Medical / Health services