They say be humble but to sell yourself...so here goes my unabashed, absolutely shameless, yet humble sales pitch!!
I've been around the block a time or two and I'm pretty well set in life. I own my own home (currently remodeling for some sweat equity), have a good career that I quite enjoy, have an awesome family and friends whom I love dearly, and I'm very grateful for everything the Lord has blessed me with. I've also worked very hard for everything that I am and have and enjoy a simple, yet sometimes ridiculously busy life filled with good people and lots of sun.... I just wish I got more sun. I am an avid backpacker, hiker, biker, hunter, project hobbyist, builder, handyman, listener, home bodyweight gym rat, worthy priesthood holder, a licensed CPA (almost, just finishing up the application process), a current grad student, and people tell me I'm a really good listener and give awesome advice in sticky situations. I am an INFJ, blue/white personality, but very driven in my goals and aspirations....I know that's a little weird. I know what I want out of life and I like to make sure whatever I do is done right the first time.
If any of the above didn't chase you away then we should talk. I'm open to meaningful conversations and more interested in your goals and dreams than your average small talk. I'm looking for someone who's ready to explore something serious. I should also mention I'm a bit old fashioned when it comes to dating, so if you're the feminist who throws a fit when I get the door and pull your chair out for you then I'm not your guy. Just looking for someone who appreciates that sort of thing.
And the best part is, I am a real guy and everthing above is absolutely true. I've been told by a few of you that there aren't a ton of good, honest guys on here unfortunately, even if it is an LDS dating site. I just want to make sure you know that I'm not "the rest". I have my life put together, I'm happy, and I'm going somewhere. If you think you might like to be a part of that ride, let's chat and see where things go :)