My friends describe me as loyal, witty, kind and supportive. I tend to be a bit quiet in large groups, so I am more inclined to go for small group activities. I have always considered myself a bit geeky--I am sure it is the result of having once been in high school marching band.
Here are a few pieces of triva about me:
*Anything peanut butter and chocolate rule.
*My high school mascot was an orange potato--Go Spuds!
*My work is never dull. I once investigated why there was a dead mole in the freezer.
*I would rather mow the yard than wash the dishes.
*To Kill a Mockingbird is one of my favorite books.
I consider myself a happy person--happy in my outlook on life and happy with who I am. That doesn't mean that I'm perfect, but I know that as long as I stay on the right track that things will turn out okay. Being negative just makes me miserable.
My idea of a great date is spending quality time together, to share views on day to day activities and on life. A simple walk in the park is more satisfying than seeing a movie.
I am firmly committed to the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is part of who I am. I am happiest when I put the Savior first in my life.
Church activity is important to me. It is where I go to recharge for the week. It has also provided great opportunities for service. Those acts of service have taught me so much.
These days I try to spend my free time doing outdoor activities, especially hiking. Some may even call me a hiking junkie. I have a goal to hike 300 miles this year; I'm two-thirds of the way there. :-)
I really enjoy trying new things. While I still enjoy quiet evenings at home, I have been trying to get out and explore new and different things on a regular basis from trying a new food cart selling gourmet peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to learning to dance the cowboy waltz.
Feel free to say "hi".