Hi my name is Aaron, I have lived in Utah most of my life, minus the 5 summers I worked in Colorado and my two year mission to Guatemala. I like to think I am a very nice guy. I think of myself as a nerd more than anything else, mostly because I tend to remember very random facts and stories.
I love being active, almost anything outdoors will do. I would say that my favorite pass time is fly fishing. Camping and hiking are also things I love doing with or without friends. When I can’t get out I enjoy reading, mostly history, and watching movies, oldies are the best. I would say that I do know who I am as a person and am comfortable with it. If you wanted to put a label on me you might need a lot of tape because I am a little bit of everything. I can drive a tractor, fix my own car, know straggly a lot about flowers and trees, I back pack, enjoy art shown and old movies, there may or may not be a; jazz, oldies, country and 80’s rock station on my trucks radio presets. I hunt and love architecture, intellectual conversation, football; the list goes on and on.
I was recently talking with a female friend of mine about our dating experiences, and expressing some of our frustrations. She was telling me that some of the things she has a hard time dealing with are when guys know more about video games than life, they spend too much time indoors, and they date girls just because they are pretty. Well hearing this made me feel a little bit better about myself, I sold my gaming system about 3 years ago because it only got used as a DVD player, I would love to live in a smaller town someday because I find it a lot easier to get out and about, I love working in the yard, gardening, etcetera, and I have been guilty of dating girls just because they were pretty, but I have learned that in order to maintain a good relationship you need an interesting as well as pretty person. So as a general rule I try to date girls that I find attractive, education is a huge plus, and has the same religious goals. I feel that so much can change in life so to put limitations on the people I date based on our plans lining up is asking too much, so I try to keep an open mind and not plan my life to fare ahead.