**Disclaimer** If you send me a "flirt" I will not reply. We are not in middle school gentlemen. If you want to talk, read on. If not, that's okay too.
Okay, I think I have grown up a bit (it's about time!) and am ready to move on in my life.
I have found that life is certainly a journey and I am finding that a journey alone is not at all as fun as a journey with someone who has your back and can be a partner in crime along the way.
Let me start off by saying that I believe that any type of relationship should be reciprocal. There should be give AND take on BOTH sides. I am no more interested in someone who is a control freak than I am someone who is willing to be controlled.
I am a %$#!%er for just about anyone who can make me laugh and who can laugh at themselves. Laughter is truly a medicine given to us by our Heavenly Father and should be used daily. It's free and rarely is there too much of it.
I love intelligent conversation. I enjoy talking to people and learning opinions regarding different topics. I am an educator by trade and love learning. I am trying to work up the nerve to tackle chemistry. I am convinced I will need it in the next life, but it baffles me beyond hope at times. So...if you understand how all those molecules, electrons, etc. work please let me know! Or if you are as confused as I am perhaps we can be lab partners. :)
I love the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I want a relationship with someone who feels the same way. I can't figure out how people survive without it.
I love road trips, camping, hiking, running, walking in the rain, snow, and sleet. (Okay that might me a little bit of an exaggeration, but it flowed well.) I love thunderstorms, good books, giggling in the dark, and I make a great lasagna from what I've been told. I do so hate cleaning up though. I like trying to figure out how to fix my van, although in truth I know nothing.
So, since I have just realized that every paragraph starts with "I" and feel a little awkward about it, I will stop now. Drop a note, one can never have too many friends, and we'll see what happens.