Just a little bit about me:
I grew up in a small town in Utah. I served a mission in Spain. Upon returning I graduated from BYU in 2009.
I work downtown in Salt Lake City and am hoping to take the GMAT and start looking to apply for graduate school soon.
I am interested in many different activities. I love music, both playing and listening. I enjoy going to concerts. Austin City Limits was a staple in our apartment in Provo while going to school.
I enjoy reading as well. I adore cars. I often can be found tinkering on mine or reading something from Motor Trend or Car and Driver. I also like to read non-fiction, novels, biographies and Calvin and Hobbes.
I don't watch much TV or go to many movies. If I am watching TV, it is probably Top Gear (UK), Flashpoint, a documentary of some sort or an old classic show.
I love sports. I enjoy playing golf, tennis and softball in the summertime and basketball year round. BYU Athletics are a big part of my life. Last year I traveled to Virginia and South Bend to see the Cougars play. I have football season tickets and usually go to a few basketball games as well in Provo each year.
I make a delicious chicken broccoli fettuccine alfredo and an even better chicken farfalle alfredo. I also make really good chocolate chip cookies.
I like to shoot my guns, teach my 12 year old Sunday School class, attend Broadway shows and other fine arts activities from time to time, look at the stars on summer nights, eat Nielsen's frozen custard, hang out with my family and friends, go on road trips and take it easy at home.
My testimony of the Church is a huge part of my life. I find that when I am living the principles of the Gospel as best I can and trying to serve others, my life seems to go better.
I don't like seafood, camping, onions, crude/sexual humor, coconut, excessive sarcasm, mushrooms, or slow drivers in the fast lane among other things.