Hello. I'm recently divorced. She had a daughter I married into, got a 2-for-1 package deal. I'm the only Daddy she knows; she's 8 now. She's with Mommy, but I love her like my own. And I hope you understand she will always be part of my life.
My friends would say I'm the most patient, charitable, and compassionate person they know. That being said, I am also a little bit weird. Thinking outside the box comes very naturally to me. I am frugal. I try to be efficient with my energies, time, resources, and money to get the most out of it.
My passion is business. Second passion is religious research. I do not like sports. Cannot stand golf. Not really into outdoor activities. I used to love dancing and would probably enjoy it again if I had the time. I love movies, theater, and good books.
But I admit lately I have not had much time for leisure. My work schedule at this time has my life out of balance. My plan is to get some business ventures I have in the works. I've started some businesses already and failed, devastating my credit and setting me back quite a bit. So starting over again, working to gain some stability and not be under capitalized next time. I drive a tanker truck in the North Dakota oil fields.
I'm a very intimate person. I like hugs, holding hands. I love my back scratched and caressed. Slow dancing to soft music. Touch is definitely my love language.
I am not fashionable. I do not like nice clothes or fancy cars. I don't appreciate the latest hair styles. Nice jewelry doesn't impress me. You might say I am completely immune to the enticements of the "great and spacious building." I do however enjoy good tasty food that pleases my senses. I like decorating cakes. I appreciate good musicianship and art. I appreciate things that actually affect comfort: full stomach, adequate lighting, not too hot or cold, absence of pain, feeling healthy, etc.
Previous church callings: Mission in England; mission leader; piano for sacrament, priesthood, primary; choir director; chorister; nursery; primary teacher; elder's quorum second counselor and secretary; activities coordinator; YSA leader; welfare committee.
Education: BYU. Studied business, did not graduate. Got my CDL to drive trucks, planned to pay off some bills then finish school but never did. Realtor broker license, certified nurse assistant, several trade certifications.