I'm comfortable being alone; which could be a dangerous thing, 'cause I don't want to be alone forever!
Even now as I'm getting older and within the LDS culture, I'm drifting farther and farther from ideal opportunities to date and "settle down." (Note, I couldn't bring myself to say the M word..) On this road of life, I wonder where did I miss my turnoff. I'm 36 now and it's taken me all these years to understand myself and what I want out of life. You could say I'm a late Bloomer. Someday I'll get it right.
I love deep conversation more than small talk. I'm always looking to drop a wise crack, so be prepared for the good ones. When I'm in my element, I'm a good people-person. I try to be funny and when I am, I thrive off of it. I swim and run, but I do not for fitness but to keep my sanity. ;)
My last job was tough, but I stayed with it because I got to release my inter-child on a daily basis. I was able to show my compassion, patience, and work ethic, or at least understand how much I needed to improve in those areas. Professionally, I've been pursuing PA school for some time now. Someday I'll get it. I never give up.
I'm huge on family and love mine without measure. My family will agree that I'm a good cook. Maybe. I admit I can make a good omelette. I love taking my niece and nephew swimming. I enjoy exploring the night sky with my dad.
I've recently been called as a youth Sunday school teacher. I think I like it. I do my best to follow the "strait and narrow path"..and "endure to the end." (2 Ne 31).