God and gun's. An American tradition since 1776. I'm a single
father raising my daughter. So sometimes the logistics of setting
up a date can be tricky. I am employed. I work in the petro-chem
industry. I try to go to church most Sundays. But not uptight about
it, been known to skip out to go fishing, shoot gun's or cause
we're on a camping trip, or even cause I drank a lil too much the
night before. Then again I've went to church despite a hangover.
Really enjoy the outdoors. Not so much Houston as the hill country.
So whenever work slows down around Thanksgiving and Christmas and
again in mid summer . I can be found there, finances permitting .
Enjoy surfing but not a big fan of the beach. I go purely out of
enjoyment of sliding down the face of a wave or busting my @$$. I
love sitting in the backyard next to a bonfire, drinking an adult
beverage while I pick an old cowboy tune out on the guitar, tell
stories on one another and cook some sort of dead animal on the
grill. I have a vegetable garden, just something my daughter and I
do together. Also I currently am taking care of my elderly father .
Love dogs. But kinda indifferent about cat's. but even though I'm
not fond of them I won't stand to see one suffer. I'm pretty
conservative with my political views. Just an FYI. And I'm rock
solid on what I believe. I do quite a bit of studying on
alternative medicine and wild edible and useful plants, survival
tactics, guns, food preservation techniques, amongst other related
topics . So if my airplane or our socio-economic structure crashes
or a zombie apocalypse erupts ,I'll be ready. Lol. Oh yeah I have
tattoos for those of you uptight about that sort of thing. But I'm
not crazy with em. Oh and if you do drugs please for the sake of a
little girl and her daddy. Pass me by. If I find out you do I will
drop you like a flaming bag of dog $hit. Doesn't matter to me if
we're in love. Preservation of my daughter and I comes first. So
please move on to someone who doesn't mind them.
UPDATE: no longer caring for my father. The good Lord seen fit to
call him home.