The Dhammapada said, “Travel only with thy equals or thy betters; if there are none, travel alone.”
Well, I’m tired of traveling alone and I am ready to meet my better half! Unfortunately, the wonderful women who hold the same values as I do are off traveling too and hard to find. My former bishop back in Atlanta recommended giving this site a try.
I thrive on travel, adventure, and humanitarian work.
I am a firm believer that “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” (Mark Twain) Not travel in the sense of only sightseeing, but in true emersion into a culture other than one’s own.
I am also a believer in cookies and daydreaming.
I am a convert to the church, and served a wonderful mission in El Salvador where I still have several friends.
Education, whether through travel, through universities, or through church are keys to a happy and fulfilling life. That is why I graduated from BYU, and am working on a MBA (and hopefully a PhD). I look forward to continually serving the world as I continue my education.
My end goals are to have a family, drive across the world with my future wife, and operate several health clinics around the world. Ultimately, I would like to serve a mission as a couple and know that I, along with my spouse, have made a positive influence in the world.
If you enjoy extensive traveling and appreciate sarcasm, let me know!
Oh, and one more thing, I hate bugs and will scream like a baby upon seeing one. That is unless they are cooked and served on a plate.