46Sharpsville, United States
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My self-summary
I am a Christian man seeking either.... a definite Christian woman, a woman who believes in God, or a woman who isn't quite sure- but is willing to learn more about God and Christianity. I did the "party" scene when I was younger, so if you're just looking for sex, then I'm not your man.
I live in the country, in my own home, on 1 1/2 acres of land. I currently have 2 indoor/outdoor cats, so I hope you like cats and aren't allergic. I love music- listening to, singing, and/or playing either guitar, keyboard, or trombone. I attend church every Sunday. I really enjoy singing the old hymns, & I sometimes lead the singing, when the usual leader isn't there. I love the outdoors- hiking, biking, camping, repelling, birdwatching, or just sitting outside & enjoying all of God's creations. I also enjoy gardening and taking care of my yard. Family & friends are very important to me.
What I’m doing with my life
I am striving daily to improve myself as a person and as a Christian.
I also try to give good life advice to my niece (17) and my nephew (23). As well as helping out my mom, dad, and older sister, whenever I can with whatever I can.
I’m really good at
Listening, math, taking care of kids (kid at heart, myself), being patient, understanding, caring, helpful, kind, romantic, and observant. Doing "find a word" puzzles, scrabble, euchre, cooking, and some baking.
The first things people usually notice about me
Well, for women, probably my eyes- and they always seem to be jealous of my lashes.... is that weird? lol
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books- The Bible, Howling Mad, anything by Mark Twain, Soul Music, Lord of the Flies, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Halloween Tree, Brave New World, The Prophet, Rendevous with Rama, The Foundation Series (basically anything by Issac Asimov), The Time Machine, The Time Ships, Fahrenheit 451, The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings trilogy, A Wrinkle in Time, Flowers for Algernon, Violin (Anne Rice), Girl Interrupted, and Into the Wild.
Shows- Fringe, Nikita, Big Bang Theory, Terra Nova, Seinfeld, Community, How I met your Mother, 30 Rock, The New Adventures of old Christine, Burn Notice, Nova, Saturday Night Live, Benny Hill, Stargate SG1, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate Universe, Once upon a Time, The Middle, Farscape, Firefly, Bones, NCIS, SpongeBob Squarepants, Nature, Monty Python's Flying Circus,
Six things I could never do without
God, family, friends, chocolate, music, and nature.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Yikes- that's kind of a loaded question....I think about so many things on a day to day basis! But to name a few- whether or not I'm being a good Christian, numbers (I count things alot...not as obsessively as Rainman, but quite often), my cats, music, chocolate ( I always have a few different types in the house, especially dark), birds (I watch them and feed them), trees (I have been known to hug them.... yes, I'm a hippie at heart), and the Universe (I just wonder sometimes about what all is out there, and whether or not we are alone as an intelligent species in this vast and seemingly endless Universe that we live in on this tiny rock in the middle of nowhere). That last part might seem a little strange and/or weird to some, but I believe that if you are a fairly intelligent person with an open mind, then it is a natural and inevitable thought process to have- on an occasional basis, at the very least.
On a typical Friday night I am
I don't go out much these days, but if I had a woman in my life.... I do like to go dancing, bowling, shoot some pool, putt-putt golf, a romantic dinner and/or a walk in the park, catch a movie (which I occasionally do on my own, if it's a movie that I'm really wanting to see on the "big screen"), or just relax at home and curl up with a good book or watch a movie.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Well, that's kind of another loaded question.... it just depends on how well we get to know each other, really. But for now.... when I was in the first grade, I hid in the closet at recess (before lunch), and I ate one of my classmate's Hostess ding-dong from his lunchbox. I knew it was wrong, but he always had one, and we rarely had them at home- and I am a chocolate addict, so I gave in to temptation. But years later, as adults, I finally confessed to him, 'cause I never forgot about it and it kind of bothered me. He remembered the occasion as well, and we both had a good laugh.
You should message me if
You got this far and are still interested. lol
The two of us