Lights, camera, Daniel! Starting up a multi-media company was indeed one of the best decisions I have ever made. Creating visually compelling video from nothing is both exciting and rewarding. Multimedia is my passion, I also get really excited about that single peanut in the peanut butter when you open a new peanut butter jar, so good. Aside from peanut butter and multimedia, being outside is always refreshing for me especially when ripping down a ski slope or hitting waves on a lake while riding a Seadoo. I also seek adventure and new experiences, from visiting tropical islands or ancient ruins and learning about new cultures and cuisines. Food, yes, I love it, I make it, I eat it. The kitchen is my palace, and the spatula my scepter. Cooking new recipes, is always a favorite thing to do. I am hoping to create the recipe of my life, with ALL the best ingredients, love, happiness, sincerity, commitment, and a heck of a lot of fun! My passion runs deeper than just a peanut, I love dancing, was involved for many years in Musical Theater, singing, piano, saxophone, and drums finding someone who loves to swing dance would be a plus, but you can probably win me over with a peanut.
Importance of Church: The church is the most important aspect of my life, it is all encompassing, and plays an active role in every aspect of my life, from work, play and family life. Christ is my savior and redeemer, and I am indebted to him everyday and live my life everyday to re-pay that debt through following his commandments and doing what is right. My Mission taught me one important thing, that is, we are nothing without him and TRUE happiness in this life can only be achieved with him by your side, and the constant companion of the Holy Ghost. I throughly enjoy singing church and primary songs, as they bring the spirit and I feel the spirit the strongest when listening to church hymns or singing them
Importance of money: Although money can not buy happiness, and TRUE happiness comes from the gospel and your relationship with The Lord, money is a very crucial aspect of life, and its no fun being poor, not being able to go to a movie, buy certain foods, or only using the car here and there because "gas is too expensive". I think one should have enough money to live comfortably and me personally have funds to go on vacations and eventually serve multiple missions with spouse when older.