I have lived most of my life in Sacramento, but I did live a year
or two near Yuba city with my grandma when I was younger so I have
the values of a country boy in my heart. I have a huge love for the
outdoors and anything that can be done in the outdoors, from
camping, small day hikes, fishing, or just going out to trap shoot
some clay pigeons for the day. I try to stay open minded and
positive with the outlook of my life as much as I can and try to
stay happy so that those around me can be the same. I have never
been super religious, but I do believe there is something that we
cannot fully understand. If you can understand and relate to what I
have stated above then that's a great start. I used to be
overweight and just overall loppy. I was well over 200 lbs and just
felt terrible about myself and my life. So I began fighting very
hard to change myself and my mindset. Now I am under 200 lbs. and
losing more and more week to week. I love work, I love my dog, I
love myself. I wake up everyday and am thankful for being alive and
look forward to better days, even when I have an awesome day. It
says I am a vegetarian, but make no mistake... I eat chicken
regularly along with various types of fish. I have no idea what I
am looking for, I just know I have to look to find something.
What I’m doing with my life
I work part time and write as often as I can. I enjoy writing short
and long stories regularly, and also have a blog that I recently
started as a public journal/personal blog. I want to find a job as
a writer at some point in the near future... But that isn't exactly
easy with no "proper" experience so I will be starting community
college next semester for anthropology and journalism to add some
experience to my resume along with the couple of books I am working
on getting written and edited. Other than that, I fish a lot, and
enjoy taking road trips when I can.
I’m really good at
Writing, fishing, cooking chicken dinners, making people laugh,
making myself laugh, being goofy, listening, banging my head on
stuff, learning, having an open mind, respecting others, hiking,
throwing the tennis ball my dog constantly brings to me. all sorts
of other stuff too, but that list would never end.
The first things people usually notice about me
Who knows. That could be various things depending on the persons
taste who decides to notice me. I have been told my eyes are nice,
but that, again, would be in the eye of the beholder.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Practically any short story or novel written by E.A. Poe.
Interpretation of dreams- Sigmund Freud
Christine, IT, Misery, Pet Semetary- Stephen King
(cheesy I know) but Goosebumps- R.L Stein
A few books from Tom Clancy.
Movies- I love movies of all sorts. Anything that keeps me
intrigued and any type of action movies... cheesy or not. I will
watch just about any movie all the way through.
Shows- Breaking bad, Walking dead, Hell on Wheels, Sons of Anarchy,
Law and Order, NFL football, a little Hockey, No Reservations,
Survival shows, How it's made.
Music- Everything... including country.
Food-chicken breast, eggs, salads, fruits, veggies, some cereal,
yogurt, spicy stuff, Mexican food, Turkey sandwiches, anything that
is not super bad for me.
The six things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Hitting my goal weight and what I will do after that.
The book I am trying to write.
Working and becoming better at what I do.
Finding a nice, honest, respectable woman.
On a typical Friday night I am
Doing anything from rolling the garbage cans out, being at a bar
with a couple of beers in me, to just sitting at home and watching
something on the tube. You never really can tell with me.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I guess it would be that I have a big love for dogs, even though I
have been seriously attacked a couple of times.
You should message me if
If all of what I wrote matches your interests, or if you are just
curious and want to ask me a question. If you won't mind me holding
the door open for my elders and letting them cut in line at the