I'm looking for a merger, not a mere partnership.
Early last year I returned to the US after living several years in Egypt—an amazing place with daily surprises. Egypt was a good place to start on my dreams, but not the best place to date.
I'm fit and healthy, and I focus daily on my relationship with Father in Heaven. I attend my Church meetings and strive to fulfill my callings in the ward and in the Priesthood. I love living the simple life and am not fooled by the artificial happinesses of the world. I'm a saver, not a spender. A minimalist. I'm both an idealist and a jack-of-all-trades pragmatist. Unfortunately, two skills that elude me are music and horticulture. Room for improvement.
I've spent seven years abroad. I enjoy a good adventure—not to be confused with mere "recreation"—and have a chronic case of wanderlust. Also: trilingual, ambivert, sapiosexual, ENFJ, Red-Blue, political independent, etc.
My dream is to have a family while working in various countries around the world, periodically returning to a home-base in Colorado where we'd eventually retire to a life of even more Church and community service. There are other dreams that would be equally fantastic.
Some wild factoids: 1) I slept on top of a mud-brick skyscraper in Shibam, Yemen. 2) The tribal chief of the Mursi in Ethiopia offered me his son as a gift. 3) I've almost died by electrocution, glissade, avalanche, jellyfish, and motorcycle accident. 4) I've never boken a bone. 5) I hiked the Grand Canyon rim to rim in a day. 6) I taught myself to crack safes.
ABOUT YOU:The most important thing in your life is your relationship with Father in Heaven.You're generally happy and like to stay fit. You don't make excuses to avoid service in the Church or in your community. You love reading; learning about new things is a pleasure for you. You're adventurous and proactive. You're a great communicator and don't run away from the hard things in life. You're a saver, not a spender. You're looking for an egalitarian, synergistic, and joyful relationship, and you're willing to do what it takes to make that happen.