I'll normally go out a couple times a week, usually to play trivia, catch a game, or visit one of the speakeasys that have been popping up lately. But, given a choice I'd rather have folks over to the house or something relaxed like that. I'm fairly active, and try to get outside whenever possible. I'm a pilot, and I absolutely love my job. It lets me see a lot of the country and do some pretty cool stuff. When I'm off work, I try to do my part for others. I've been involved with Habitat for Humanity for a few years, and love it. I recently started delivering Meals on Wheels; my earliest memories of my granddad are of him doing that, so I guess I'm following in his footsteps. I typically go to Buckhead Church, although I have good friends at Mt Bethel who talk me into driving there every now and then. I really dig the contemporary services and feel the messages are easier to relate to. I went to Auburn, and try to go back down for games whenever I can. There's nothing like football and tailgating in the South! I love music, and try to catch a few concerts every year. Of course, anyone can come up with a good song in a studio, but those bands who put on a good live show are the truly talented ones. I play a little guitar myself. You won't hear me on the radio anytime soon, but you might catch me playing on the back porch with an ice-cold beer sometime.
I guess I'm looking for someone I could share some of this with. Someone who gets my sense of humor, and can make me laugh in return. Someone who doesn't mind a guy from a small town (hey, at least I travel the world now). Someone who I can grow old and wrinkly with, and lean on during those times when you just need someone to lean on (I'll return the favor).
Anyway, I'm sure there's more I could put here. Every time I reread this dang self-analysis I feel a little more awkward. But I've got to leave some stuff to discover, right? If you're interested, let me know and we'll go from there.