Hmmm, well, I am very adventurous. I love trying new things, and I will pretty much try anything twice. (You never know the first time might be a fluke) The biggest frustration I have with life is the fact that there are so many things that I want to learn and do that even if I didn't have to work for a living there are still physically not enough hours in my lifetime to accomplish them all. But a few of these are: Learn to play the piano, learn a new language, and get my SCUBA certification and dive shipwrecks in the Caribbean. This list is extensive.
I am active and try to keep fit. I eat healthy. I enjoy a night in slightly more than I enjoy a night out. I can dance. I am a fantastic cook. Salmon is my specialty. I hope you like fish. I'm an intellectual. I love physics and science. I understand concepts such as time dilation, conservation of angular momentum, and 'You can't make a half sandwich. If it's not half of a whole sandwich it's just a small sandwich.' I have a large music repertoire.
My greatest goal in life from now is to marry the woman of my dreams and travel the world with her. Have a family of my very own with all the blessings and trials that come with it. Truly this is the most important step in our mortal existence. Probably because it will teach us the most about becoming like our Heavenly Father and our Savior. I have an internal clock that alerts me when I'm due to go to the temple. It goes off in my head about 2 - 4 times a month. In a relationship, I value trust, communication, and honesty.
What pays the bills, you ask? I am an airline pilot. I work for American Eagle Airlines flying a regional jet known as the Embraer 145. I am also a member of the Army National Guard and in that capacity I fly the UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter. You could say that aside from the gospel, flying is my greatest passion in life. Yes, President Uchtdorf is my favorite, but that's just my bias. If you're still reading you're obviously interested, so go ahead and drop me a line.