Secondly I'm a bit old fashioned.
I love my volunteer work. I love being a part of the community, and helping the people within it. Part of my job is educating children on fire safety.
I'm a sucker for cats.
Strays tend to find me for one reason or another.
Perhaps the biggest thing is... I'm not one to reveal all my secrets at once. Granted I am a fairly open person, but it takes a while before anyone will see who I am. The best way to get the nitty gritty on me, is to drop me a line and learn through conversation. I don't put a great deal of stock in the questions that are asked here as many of them are a little too black and white, and don't always allow for the grey areas.
I especially love working with wood, and I'm picking up speed to be good at it, and make something of it.
I feel that I am satisfactory with what I do. I prefer to be humble in my thoughts of myself.
To some degree or another, I am able to approach a new skill and learn it. I am a decent problem solver. I'm not too bad of a carpenter. I'm good at what I do as a firefighter.
I have a decent understanding of physics, and am also a problem solver in a physical sense.
People notice that I am a man of my word. I would imagine that people notice my generosity, and my gentlemanly behavior. That I often times place the welfare of others before that of my own.
Another thing some people notice... my natural sense of curiosity.
I'm sure people notice my colorful sense of humor as well.
I like to read from Popular Science/Mechanics/Woodworking. I like to watch documentaries, and action movies/shows. Likewise I'm sure it's stereotypical that I like to watch Chicago Fire.
I like to watch the History/Discovery channels.
Big Brain Theory
I like most music. But since joining the fire department I've developed an interest in Country music.
1). Fresh air.
2). my cats.
3). friends and family.
4). The fire department.
5). Dark Chocolate.
6). A roof over my head.
Are NOT into one-night stands.
Appreciate a good conversation.
Like the smell of fresh sawn wood.