MZ.DEVINE

Gender:
Woman  
Age:
46
Location:
Houston, Texas, United States
Appearance
Body type:
Average 
Height:
5' 4" 
Eyes:
Brown 
Hair:
Black 
Ethnicity:
Other 
Lifestyle
Smoking:
No 
Drinking:
Socially 
Personal
In my own words:

I'm 45 single and love life .... I do everything they say I couldn't and some.... I'm a doer a go getter .... I'm ready to meet someone of the same nature..... I love fishing...motorcycles... traveling and cooking
I'm hoping that I finally meet someone who shares same interest and situation

Recent activity
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Hi, how you getting on ?

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MZ.DEVINE posted on BabyDoll's wall:

Hi how are you doing you look amazing chick.... I think we have sumin in common having fun

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MZ.DEVINE posted:

Good morning

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NiceGuy and MZ.DEVINE are now friends.
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MZ.DEVINE posted:

Heyyyyy people

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NeverFullofShit and MZ.DEVINE are now friends.
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Heff and MZ.DEVINE are now friends.
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MZ.DEVINE posted a new blog:

I say this with so much admiration because being and ostomy recipient we are responsible for our own happiness in a sense.. okay I'll break it down for those that are puzzled by my statement.. We are responsible for our mental and physical up keep... why do I say that ok ... everyday we have to…

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Thanks if only it paid bills

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You write some amazing and deep blogs.. Philosophical!

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MZ.DEVINE posted on Thalie's wall:

Hello I'm in Houston TX I have had ostomy since 2004....
If you ever need to talk hit me

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Mt01 posted on MZ.DEVINE's wall:

Hi motorcycles is my thing such a long way to the USA

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Hey where are you from.... yes I love them

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MZ.DEVINE posted on Pdiaz1986's wall:

Hi how.are you

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MZ.DEVINE posted on Dee67's wall:

Hi welcome

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JetBlueObsession and MZ.DEVINE are now friends.
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MZ.DEVINE posted a new blog:

This morning I received a sign.... I'm suppose to motivate people to live and thats what I'm going to do...I'm not going to go all godly but I will tell you this whatever religion you are dont question your second chance of breathing.... so what you pepe in a bag or poop in one...hell…

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I hear you, and thank you for your post! I won't lie, I've found life somewhat harder to deal with since my colostomy three and a half years ago...the tendency towards depression is always there and sometimes I don't win against it. But I'm dealing with each day as it comes, working on keeping the faith, and that's the best I can do for now. I just wanted to show your post some response, as I notice it has lots of views but only one comment before mine.

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Indeed you write great blogs like our other members. You are a great part of this site. Maybe you can write for our news section.

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Jombobmill and MZ.DEVINE are now friends.