Basically, I'm just a nerdy kid-at-heart young adult trying to be the best person I can be. Right now, I'm just planning life trying to get all my ducks in a row as fast as possible. I used to be in retail management, managing gas stations and Subways for quite a few years; therefore, I've had a career and I would say I'm established in the world of work. At 22, my resume is pretty impressive. With that being said, I now wait tables at a Waffle House... I make decent money and I love my job most of the time. It's definitely not the 55k a year I'm used to, but I'm very low mantainence and really don't miss it all that much. My overhead is pretty low, mainly because I live with my family. I live with them by choice, because my grandparents mean the world to me and are getting elderly; they need someone to help around the house and other things. So, though I don't get any privacy, I do live for free and it's a mutual agreement.
I'm not particularly sure what I want to do with my life. I love learning... and I think that may be why I have such a hard time deciding. I want to do everything. Lately, I'm thinking the teaching route is something I'd like to pursue, or translation/interpreting. I'm always up for new things, and though I'm not particularly outdoorsy I'm open to try anything. Other than that, I'm really into music of any kind/form. I like all genres, have at least a few favorites in every type, I can play a few instruments, I love to sing, etc. I really like video games. Zelda series and Smash Bros. are definitely in my top 5. I like debate and things that force me to think around the box. I wish I read more, but I do have some favorite authors/books.
All this being said, here's the real deal. I'm extremely family oriented. I want a family; I want at LEAST one kid, if not two. This is definitely a deal breaker. Yes, I am absolutely looking for a relationship, but if the idea of children doesn't excite you, I really don't see us going anywhere. When they ask you in grade school what you want to be when you grow up, kids usually say: astronaut, firefighter, police officer, etc. I said quite confidently that I wanted to be a Dad. And I fully plan on it, relatively soon. At this moment, I'm 22. I'm thinking between 25 and 30 is when I'd like to have kids. I want to be relatively young when I have them; I want to be able to run around the playground with them, play tag, and be active in their lives. Not that I think older parents can't be sufficient parents, I just prefer to be younger. I want to see my kids grow up fully and become successful people.
In conclusion, I'm just a relatively happy person with a lot of love to give... and I just want someone to share that with. If you can deal with my mild nerdiness, lack of ability to start a conversation, and want to have the most awesome effing family ever, I think I may be your guy. So, send me a message, and let's see where this takes us.