LovingLife_916
34 Folsom, United States
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My self-summary
Rewriting the profile as of 6/26/16.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a software engineer. No this doesn't mean I can't talk to women or resemble any of the other characters on The Big Bang Theory. I also understand why the stereotype exists. Many of my coworkers are extremely afraid of talking to women. This both amuses and mystifies me.

I have four degrees. It took me four years to accumulate the 171 credits needed to graduate. I've always been an over achiever academically. I suppose this started in the early 90s when I first started coming up with creative ways of locking my dad out of the computer. I will admit I'm a bit of a practical jokester. Yes ... this did lead me to getting grounded a bit when I was younger.

I grew up in the Metro Detroit area and have lived in several places across the US. Currently I live in the Sacramento (Folsom) region.
I’m really good at
I love to dance (swing, ballroom, blues, etc.). I've taken ballet, modern, jazz and more. I played three instruments growing up and music has always been an important part of my life.
Being there for people and being a good friend.
Being awesome yet modest at the same time. Seriously, this category should almost be named stuff I like to brag about.
The six things I could never do without
1) Family and friends. That's two things but whose counting?
2) Industrialization/Technology. (I don't think I'd like to live in a pre-19th century world).
2) Water/Food.
3) Contact lenses/Glasses. I do value not running into things.
5) Leisure time (ie. Vacation/Travel, etc.). Hey there is more to life then work.
6) Humor.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My family & friends.
How to pack 4 days worth of activities into a single weekend.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
When I was young I used to think commercials were saying "boys where prohibited" instead of "void where prohibited."

When learning to golf I putted the ball off the green into a water hazard on my very first putt.
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