I would hate to be a drag by telling you how wonderful I am by attaching to my name a bunch of flattering adjectives. I am sure that you have already found this about two hundred times in all the other profiles. I believe that words are cheap, but actions speak much louder, so why bother?
So, why not start with some bad stuff (or maybe not so bad depending on your own point of view) – I am impulsive and restless at times, I am very sentimental and can be brought to cry easily when watching movies like “The Notebook”, my room would drive a clean-freak to commit themselves in to the nearest insane asylum, and I stay up way too late way too often. Then again, there is good reason for staying up late... it's part of my job.
One character trait that I pride myself on is that I possess a great deal of patience, but I am going to be honest in saying that I have little patience for flakes , fakes, arrogance and head-gamers. How about you? What annoyed you today? What made you sad? Or, on a brighter note, what made you happy? What made you smile? What made you laugh?
While I might not always show it or give this impression, I do have a very deep love for the gospel, our Heavenly Father and His son, Jesus Christ. One of my favourite scriptures is found in Matthew 6:33. We can seek His kingdom every day through our scripture studies and prayers.
I am sure that I have left out some quaint tidbit of information that you are just dying to know about me, but hey, if I told you everything here on my profile, what would we have to talk about?
You have a strong love for the gospel. You also have a strong foundation in family values. It does not matter if you already have children from a previous marriage, but I am also looking for someone open to having more.
You are a happy person with the kind of smile that doesn't just light up the room, but can light up the entire world. You are happy with who you are and you feel that companionship is about sharing, not about filling a void.
You are able to take a joke and are not quick to take offense. You take a measure of joy in the small and simple things in life. You acknowledge the fact that we are ALL God's children, regardless of race, culture or nationality.