Gender: Female
Age: 39
Town: Canberra
Country: Australia
Smoker: no
Children: 2
Hair Colour: dark brown
Build: unspecified
Height: unspecified
Ethnic Origin: mixed
Relationship: married
Looking for: just friendship
Service: No. I am a Civilian

/I love nature...and reading. Opposite sides on the physical front but I’m what you could call a one percenter. I’m a horticulturist by trade. I trained in London 10 years ago and since returning home to Australia I’ve had it easy. Retail horticulture only. I love giving advice about plants and design but frankly, there are too many things that can bite/kill you here. I’m definitely a Cold climate horticulturist lol. It’s too hot here! Give me snow and layers of clothing any day! I have two kids, an 8 and 4 year old...both are being tested for the spectrum. Sorry, I won’t sugercoat my life. I love my kids, they are two completely different personalities. Complete opposites and I love that I’m their mum. For me, becoming a mother has been an amazing experience. I feel whole. I didn’t get the whole “I’m losing my identity thing”. For me, I feel more rounded as a human. Being a mum has made me a better person. I also foster animals...yes, I’m a sucker for a sob story and a furry face. I’m a lover of all animals, dogs and cats. I don’t get how people can choose a side! At the moment I’m fostering two gorgeous male kittens who are so sweet. I want to keep every animal I foster but thankfully I’m good at describing their nature in a way that makes people want them to be a part of their family. I’ve never met someone in the armed forces before. I came on this site because I respect what you guys and ladies do each day. I imagine it’s not easy to leave your life and give up your..you...and yet you do it for the greater good so to speak. I’m not political in any way. I’m a nature lover who’s also a realist...does that make sense? I’m always open to meeting new people and I feel strongly about supporting those..you..who do the job that others can’t. Nobody should be without support. We all need a village... a friend. Clare xx

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