Hi there! I'm one of those guys who lives in the middle of nowhere, and insists on only dating LDS girls, which there are really none of here, and therefore have not found anybody yet:-)
I am 31 years old. Never been married, don't have any kids. I really want a family. Always have. But like I said, most of my life has been spent here in a very small town with very few LDS girls.
I went on a mission in 2000-2002 to the Ohio Cincinnati mission.
I have run my own trucking business since I was 18 years old. I'm not rich, but have been able to live pretty comfortable doing it, and being my own boss is worth any amount more that I might make working for someone else. I own a logging truck which means getting to come home to my own house and bed every night.
I don't want to sound conceded by saying this, because I most definitely am not, but a lot of people ask me if there is ANYTHING I can't do. As I was growing up, I always admired other guys who seemed to be able to do anything. One day they would be fixing a car, the next they would be building a house, the next they would be doing a professional photo shoot. People like that have always impressed me, and I always wanted to be like that. Sure there are things I can not do, and things I can do that I am not real good at, but I try to always keep the internal mindset that I can do anything. I am the one who's phone rings quite often when someone needs technical assistance with their electronics, or their vehicle. There is pretty much nothing on a car or a house that I would have to hire someone else to do.
I have a lot of love to give to that special someone if she ever comes along. Quite often when I finally find a girl on these online dating sites that I think I would really like, I find myself not bothering to send her a message because I'm afraid she wouldn't like me, or that I don't make enough money for her. I've never been the kind of guy to persevere in trying to "win" the love of someone I really like. All she has to do is turn me down once, and I give up and move on. So please, if you like me, don't be afraid to say Hi.