Truth: there is no way to really learn what you want to know about a person through a 2500 character introduction. So here's a fairly random collection of facts to get you started.
I love to read just about anything I can get my hands on. I have a bad habit of buying movies in the "previously viewed" bin at Blockbuster and then not watching them. I like to plant things, but am only moderately successful in getting them to grow. I enjoy small groups of close friends more than large gatherings, and when I am home for the night, it pretty much takes dynamite to blast me back out of my house. I enjoy the outdoors and the indoors. I like to hike but can't ski to save my life.
I am a musician; I play cello, piano, guitar (though not in recent years), some organ, can fake the bass okay, sing soprano (on a good day I can hit a G, on an exceptional day an A), and play the nose flute. Which is harder than you think it is.
Because of the music background, I have held every possible music calling in the church. I have also been in leadership positions, but my favorite calling is to teach, especially in Relief Society; there's usually more discussion in RS than in other classes, and you get new perspectives on the gospel and life in general.
I love to travel, in the country, internationally, whatever. I've visited most of the states in the US and four of seven continents. Still working on Australia, Asia, and Antarctica.
I seek a man who is intelligent, interesting, faithful to God, comfortable in his own skin, and looks for the same in a woman. Ideally someone who can enjoy conversation about spiritual matters, philosophy, and the nature of the human spirit, followed by commentary on the relative merits of the different forms and flavors of Jello or other equally random and inconsequential topics.
Now to address what is often the elephant in the room: yes, I'm a 44-year-old doctor, never married, no children. The only characteristic in that sentence that was intentional is the doctor part. I did not set out to stay single, but followed the direction I received through the spirit after much thought and prayer to become the person I am today. I can honestly say that when I look back on the major decisions in my life, I feel that each was the right thing for me to do at the time.
And I like being a doctor. I did my training in family medicine, and now do urgent care medicine. I wanted to be the person who could respond to just about anything if someone stood up in a movie theater and yelled, "Is there a doctor in the house?".
So there's the basic me.
And by the way, I'm okay with watching football.