I have released my first album, welcome to ask me for it :).
I'm not a hard person to please at all.
I prefer the little-things in life compared the big things these days.
I do like to talk to my partner every day, unless they're busy all day.
When it comes down to the point, I'm a cheesy person and I enjoy romance most of the time.
What I’m looking for is someone who has goals in life both long term and short term; capable of achieving their goals. I don’t mind someone who needs ‘maintenance’ but there are points where I draw the line. I would also like someone whose still a kid at heart, being able to enjoy doing stupid things like pillow fights or wrestling; but, also able to be mature and take responsibility – making good decisions with their life.
I would prefer someone who enjoys being active whilst being able to sit down and play video games.
I'm a conservative/moderate.
I’m semi-religious, I was raised in a Christian Baptist home, I still have some influences. I believe that science and God can coexist, while science helps prove or disprove my religious belief. I’m not going to sit and shove anything down your throat. Currently I do not attend church because I do not find it essential, at the same time I’m most likely the most unchristian person. I live and learn by the mistakes I make in life, and I would believe that’s how God would want it to be.
I'm well-educated and able to understand most situations.
I do not believe in judging others for we have our own views.
I'm very consciously aware of my surroundings – such as, when I’m driving I may seem reckless sometimes, but I time the majority things to avoid conflict or accidents.
I spend a year and a half at Germanna Community College as a Full-Time Student and was taking care of my dying-grandfather at the same time, so I didn't have a job for 80% of 2012. This is reasonable when taking care of sick family-members who need constant attending.
As of right now, I'm not enrolled until Fall semester because I'm trying to buy a new commute vehicle.
I'm blessed with a disability to be in large-groups of people like parties, etc.
I do not drink due to incidents that occurred when I did get drunk, so I tend to avoid most alcohol – I do drink on occasion though, but not to get drunk.
I'd prefer sitting home goofing around, just going out and about photographing and having fun, rather than to a party or in 'large-gatherings.' Mostly because in large groups I feel socially awkward.
I'm a gamer, to the definition. I like to compete in tournaments just to test my skills I have against others.
This doesn't mean, I don't like going outdoors.
I'm an outgoing person but I'm anti-social.
Personally, I love going outdoors and being active: hiking, canoeing, fishing, camping (not so much anymore), running, or anything really.