Let me surprise you. There are a few good men left that aren't married or batting for the wrong team. I have a playful sense of humor, borderline goofy. In dating, I tend to gravitate to someone who is kind, affectionate, and considerate. I'm crazy enough to travel anywhere for a date. (I like to travel) Last year I flew over twenty times. The last three years I've gone to Education Week at BYU and I have met a lot of great people there. I have sisters in Utah, Arizona, and California, so I have an great excuse to come visit. Give me a good reason...
I can pass any of the typical "check-to-see-if-they-are-crazy" questions and do it with a sense of humor. I'll be honest and I hope you will be also.
I would love to get married and have children, but in the meantime I'll play with my three nephews and niece. I'll update my profile regularly. I'll be polite whether or not I'm not interested and responsive to comments. Please reciprocate.
The most important thing in my life is the gospel. I was raised a member of the church, however, I tell people I'm a convert. I can't say exactly when, there seems to be so many different stages to it. I served my mission in California and loved it, even though it was tough (a broken jaw the last month). Previous callings have included Sunday school president, teacher (multiple times), branch clerk and executive secretary. I am now the Single Adult Rep... I don't how I'm going to relate. :)
What I do for fun:
Most of the time it depends on the person I am with. I find that even the most boring activity is fun with the right company. I enjoy symphonies, plays, and concerts in moderation. I'd rather get good seats and actually see the performers.
I've rock climbed, canoed, hiked, camped, and gone spelunking. I love all types of sports. I'd rather play than watch. Nothing has to be planned for me to enjoy myself. Sometimes, I like just hanging out with my friends, when nothing is available outside. (It tends to rain out activities in Washington) I also like to read about the American Revolution. I love science, most nature programs, and especially classics on the BBC.
I moved into my first townhouse two years ago and I am still trying to learn more about design/style. Right now I have a lot of bare walls. If you have any tips or suggestions on how to start, they will be more than welcome.
I started photography a few months ago and I've taken about 20 hours worth of instruction on it. I have a decent camera and I love taking pictures of my family. Unfortunately, I tend to forget to take pictures on my travel adventures. It's hard to find a balance of living life and archiving it.