I have a sarcastic sense of humor. My students continually tell me I am dry. I tell them “as dry as the Atacama.” They usually follow that up with an accusation that I am lame. I stand up and walk around the room just to prove them wrong.
I was once a pretty competitive runner. I am now a much less competitive runner but share my experiences as a high school cross country coach.
I live for the competition of team trivia. Currently I play regularly with two different groups of coworkers.
I believe I embody those qualities everyone is right to seek in another. You know the ones that make profiles sound like a commercial for a network news team. I am dedicated, determined, and dependable.
I am a Myers-Briggs INTJ. Recently I took two more online and both came back INTP. Maybe I am becoming more flexible.
What I am looking for:
I want that As Good as It Gets moment when I find that one woman who “makes me want to be a better man.”
She will be intelligent, and strong, but still kind and empathetic. Do you both smile and feel heartbroken for the child who comes rushing in from the playground soaking wet from the start of a torrential rain?
She will be a woman of faith.
Planning next road trip. It looks like Southern California is next up. What is you favorite out of the way piece of Americana?
Finished a zombie preparedness drill with my nephew. Surprise wake-up call at 6:30 a.m. and 3 minutes to pack before we run out the front do and go camping.
I'd rather they notice my super awesome hazel eyes.
I am a binge movie watcher. I will watch a lot of movies in a short period of time and then go cold turkey. I am not a fan of horror movies. Movies I enjoy and have watched many times include Down with Love, The Hunt for Red October, The Princess Bride, Moulin Rouge, Gandhi, Star Wars, Monty Python's Search for the Holy Grail, The Shawshank Redemption, and Clue.
My favorite book is Once a Runner and am working on Again to Carthage right now. The first book I fell in love with was The Martian Chronicles. Almost everything I read today is nonfiction.
I am a total music moron. I do not remember lyrics, titles, or artists. I am not a fan of heavy metal or rap. It is important that I be able to decipher the lyrics in order to enjoy them. I have pop 40 and country stations programmed into the car radio. My Pandora mix includes stations featuring the Beatles, Adele, Reba, big bands, and Broadway. More likely you would find me listening to NPR (kinda enjoying RadioLab of late), news, or talk while driving.
Italian tops my list of foods. I love pasta and have a default setting for chicken fettuccine with alfredo sauce. Simple Americana is good with me as well. I have enjoyed every Thai dish I have ever had. Of course I am good with Chinese and Mexican meals as well. I am no foodie. In fact, I am completely content with a well constructed sandwich.
1. My watch - I feel naked without out it.
5. Coaching kids
I'm always thinking about work and what we are going to do in class.
When other people are alone with their thoughts, are they experiencing them as an internal monologue, dialog, or series of images?
Today I've been thinking about whether or not people remember the day they stopped looking at puffy clouds and seeing animals in their shapes.
Yesterday someone's profile inspired me to start thinking about what the chapters of my autobiography would be titled if I wrote one. It is kind of an interesting exercise in personal reflection.
This one got me thinking recently. "What would you do today if you knew you could not fail?"
The surprising number of people on OKC who have identified as Christian and then answer the question "Do you believe in God?" with a"no."
You have an affinity for truly nice guys.