I am an introvert, I like to keep to myself for the most part and I don't have a ton of friends, but I am a sociable person and am not shy when meeting new people. People generally think I am a kind and compassionate person when I do socialize.
I do have a twelve year old daughter and a nine year old son and think being a father is incredibly awesome. I know not every one is fond of kids but I love kids and love that I am given the opportunity to guide and challenge these two little people to become good, intelligent, self sufficient human beings.
I was in the military for 2002 - 2009 and am being compensated for the results of that time in my life. This has given me the opportunity to spend more time with my kids and work on my "passion" (if you want to call it that) of being a freelance web developer/designer and working on networking. I have a project that I have been working on for a while and am constantly educating myself and gaining knowledge (maybe my real passion is learning) on these subjects.
My philosophy on life has never been concrete. I have not had a "cookie cutter" path in life and it had given me the need to question and redefine just about everything that is thought of as "standard" in life. So that means I am not religious, that does not mean I'm agnostic, it just means I don't believe that [any] religion has an accurate explanation to life for me.
I believe that laughter is healthy for the body and mind and try to make people laugh at every opportunity, it also makes being a dad more fun. I think I have a dry sense of humor.