Who am I? A deep question to contemplate and a daunting one to answer in a little box. It's taken me, and I suspect many others, years to figure out the answer, and just when I think I have it, I learn something new and change just a little.
Here's what I know now: I love to serve where I see a need. I love teaching, whether at school, in a pool, on the court, as a missionary, etc. I like to play - music, sports, or on the playground. I am realistic and practical, generally calm and collected, handy in a pinch. I'm pretty independent and I like to be right, but I can freely admit when I'm wrong.
I am currently a big fan of family history and temple work. (Ok, I've always been a fan of temple work.) I am publishing my grandfather's letters home from when he was in the Army Air Corps near the end of WWII. It's been a fascinating project.
I'm committed to the gospel and am looking for a worthy priesthood holder who keeps his temple covenants. I appreciate the power of the Atonement to heal and I feel that personal experience with the Atonement is essential to any long-term relationship.