I’m in a ward with lots of couples, couples that are newly married and couples that are in their 60’s. I am the token single guy in my ward. All the old ladies love me and try to set me up with their daughters, nieces, granddaughters, neighbors, etc. And they are deeply disappointed when I don’t marry all these people they set me up with. One of them recently told me: “I wanted you for my son-in-law!” My approval ratings with old ladies are sky-high.
But what can you do? I guess I find that I rarely am set up with someone that I actually end up dating.
I want to go to Macchu Picchu.
I want to try snorkeling some time.
I am fluent in Spanish,
and pretty much love Spanish people.
I work at BYU teaching Art.
Details of the gospel are important to me: Scriptures, home teaching, no R-rated movies (careful selection of PG-13 movies), keeping the Sabbath day holy, etc.
I don't follow pop culture. I think shows like "Family Guy" and "South Park" are trashy. I don't watch much TV.
I run pretty regularly and also do some weight training. I ran a half marathon this past August. Did pretty well. I'm in pretty decent shape, but not crazy ripped.
I'm interested in meeting people in person. So, you have to live somewhere relatively close by or it just isn't going to happen. I've got to be realistic.
I prefer someone who tries to live fairly healthy (you know, someone who doesn't eat fast food all the time)) and isn't into watching hours and hours of TV. Now don't get me wrong here, I don't have anything against TV in moderation. I just can't see myself with a girl who is watching TV constantly.
I'm looking for a good girl that I feel a connection with. I value kindness, virtue, humility, gentleness, good listeners, and down-to-earth people. I admire a girl who stands up for what she knows to be right even if that means going against the norm. I also really admire a girl that respects herself and has high standards of modesty.
Favorite Deep Thought: The saddest thing you'll ever see is a mosquito succking on a mummy. Forget it little friend.
Ladies, in an effort to be respectful to you, I strive to be courteous to people I interact with in life or online. If you send me a message I will strive to do you the courtesy of responding, but be patient, sometimes I'm not as on top of things as I'd like to be.
I've got to feel like I'm the guy with whomever I date; so, if you can carry me up the stairs rather than me carrying you, well then I'm afraid it might not work out.
P.S. I think it's kind of funny that people write "I like to have fun" on their greetings, because, seriously, does anyone not like to have fun?
Useless trivia question: Can you name this movie?
Howard: Judy, you're just different
Judy: I know I'm different, but from now on I'm going to try and be the same.
Howard: The same as what?
Judy: The same as people who aren't different.