About Me: Female, 63, highland beach, FL, member since Dec 2013
Married, retired, no children, but stepson. Volunteer at Animal r
Rescue, and Wildlife Sanctuary. Former low handicap golfer. Workout daily with Spin and Zumba classes. F
[More]ormer Drunk, in recovery/sober for 27 years.
Interests: Anything Medical (humans and animals). Avid reader of non-fiction. Collector of Vintage Paperweights and Vintage jewelry. Jewelry designer, card player, animal advocate,organic artist--love the computer and it's connection to other worlds.
Ultimate WISH! Safety and Love for ALL animals --a real softy about that.
Thank you for clarifying, that's what I thought. I like the name Mia. A lot. I have a girlfriend who's first husbands last name is "Loya". I believe it's an Italian surname; probably common, but before meeting my friend I had never heard it before. I've always thought it was pretty, and have it in mind for a future kitty. Would even consider it for a daughter. A FICTITIOUS daughter of course! :)
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