So about me: I was born in California and there I stayed until I graduated from high school and then went to college and on my mission. I am the third of five, and I have deaf parents. It was great! My parents are some of the kindest people I know. This means I can sign, and my ASL mission in DC helped me a ton with that too. By the way, no one "speaks" sign language. Just a heads up :P Oh, and no, I don't read braille.
On a scale from 0 to broccoli, my favorite color is 15.7
As far as my personality goes, well, let's put it the way that a good friend of mine who has known me for many years has put it. He said, "He's got a great sense of humor but you have to be watching for it. Otherwise you might totally miss it. If you catch it, it's hilarious." At least he thought so! On a more reasonable scale from 0-29, I'd score a 29 on a possibly hypothetical introversion test. This doesn't equate to me being shy, but it does mean my brain is designed so as to give me little need for speaking around most people. But don't think I won't talk to you, don't you worry! When I do choose to get to know someone, it may happen on a deeper level than for most.
I seem to be happiest when I am doing something fulfilling. What I find to be fulfilling these days is spending time with my sister's kids. They bring me more joy than everything else combined. The Gospel, of course, is also an absolute must. I have no idea where I'd be without it.
I've been going to school studying mechanical engineering, but I don't think I want to do that my whole life. My real goal and semi-secret dream is to do voice over work. I work for BYU Broadcasting as a "video control operator" which basically means I operate certain aspects of multiple cameras simultaneously, including the irises and color balance, among other things. Since I work there, I've been lucky enough to work on this one show called Studio C, and so I've gotten to know many of the people who work on it, including the producer. He has asked me a couple of times to come in and record voice overs for the show. It was super exciting even though they ended up not needing them. I consider that good practice.
Let me know if you have any questions. I may or may not be able to read them, but feel free to anyway. Have a nice day!