I have a passion for life, family and the gospel. I love adventures and getting into trouble (the good kind). Laughing everyday is essential especially at yourself. You have to know when to be serious but you also need to be able to cut loose and have fun! I love the feel of wet grass and sand between my toes and anywhere there is water i.e. mountain lakes, rivers and the ocean (even better if fishing is involved). I enjoy kayaking, dancing, hanging out at the beach and watching the sunrise. One of my greatest joys in life is in the service of others. "What do we live for if not to make life less difficult for one another."
The gospel of Jesus Christ is my sustaining life force. I love it with all my heart. There is so much I don't know but I have found if I keep my eyes and heart focused upward, my direction is sure. I enjoy attending the temple and look forward to being able to serving a senior mission.
I'm looking for a Knight in Shining Armor...my definition of what that is? He is a man who can be honest about his strengths AND imperfections regardless of what others might think of him. He is a man who honors God and his own priesthood. A man who is not afraid to be an equal partner in a relationship where BOTH people have each others back, spiritually, emotionally and physically. This Knight in Shining Armor desires be with a woman where the two of them strive to pattern their life and relationship after the Savior in faith, love, trust and forgiveness. They believe in one another as the Savior believes in us, for what we can become not just for what we "are". This Knight finds great joy in his companion’s accomplishments as she should in his. Together the two help lift and inspire each other to be more than they could be alone. I believe that there is a Knight in Shining Armor in every man that is not afraid to commit his whole self to the Lord. This Knight should not settle for anything less than he is willing to give either. He should seek after a companion with like-minded beliefs and convictions. A fairytale to some? Maybe. But for me, as long as the Lord tells me it's possible...then it is...and I'll keep searching...
At the end of my life when I return to God, I don't much care if I've earned trophies or awards, the big house on the hill or honor of men. What I do want is dirt under my nails from weeding a neighbors garden, tired arms from holding an exhausted mother's baby, dark circles under my eyes from staying up late into the night listening to a teenager's heartbreak of lost love, peanut butter kisses from the kids in the nursery, a sore throat from singing with my friends till I can't sing anymore, sore feet from dancing too much and the love of my family and friends. I want to come sliding into home plate thoroughly used up and exhausted with every last bit of energy and yelling Geronimo!!!!