I currently work for Microsoft in Issaquah. I converted to the Church when I was 18. I have not served a mission. I'm currently the 1st counselor in the Elder's Quorum for the James Hill Singles Ward in Kent, WA. Personality, hmm. I guess I would say I think a little bit differently than some people. I'm passionate about politics. I'm also a convert to the Libertarian party from the Republican party. I grew up in Montana. I've hunted, fished, and have been skiing. These days I'm happy watching movies on the projector and doing things around the Puget Sound area. :-)
I will list a couple qualities I look for in people I date (subject to change apparently) :-). I like having conversations with people that can think deeply. I realized that I enjoy a good sense of humor. It's awesome to find somebody that makes you laugh and who I can make laugh without pulling a muscle ;-). I also realized that I don't like people that are negatively and overly sensitive to just about everything (it's frustrating trying to please somebody I can't figure out how to make happy). I like people that are actively engaged in the world around them (learning, exploring, reasoning, trying new things, experimenting, participating in service, voting, etc.). In essence I like somebody with some life in them, but who's also okay with simple things (like a nice nap, a delicious peach, a warm shower, smelling roses, etc.). I like somebody that is "happiness" oriented. That's the highest goal I truly wish to obtain. Anything that leads to that, is awesome! I don't mean the kind of emotional fake kind of happiness. I mean true unmistakable joy and gladness kind.
Also, I should qualify the above by saying, that I'm okay if you're not perfect. Seriously. If a person is progressive habitually, then I have faith they will incorporate some of these with time. And if I love them I really don't care about anything else. I just want to be honest though. If I'm going to love somebody with all my heart, the things above wouldn't hurt. :-)