The one thing I am passionate about...
I know it's more than one thing, but my answer would have to be life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. I know it sounds cliche and all, but if you really stop and think, it's incredible just how much is contained within that phrase. I have a zest for life, and love living it to it's fullest. Liberty is something that BILLIONS of people around the world WISH they had, and the pursuit of happiness is an all-encompassing human drive. So yeah. Final answer. Next question please...
I typically spend my leisure time
Leisure time is something that there is not a lot of when living a rural life, but when I do get to break away from it all, I tend to gravitate towards going camping, disc golfing, riding 4wheelers, or shooting guns. I have also recently taken up archery a bit. It's not that I love to hunt, (which I really don't do, except birds for the shop cats) but rather that I'm entirely fascinated by weaponry, and the art of mastering each.
The most influential person in my life has been
I'm looking for someone that can truly be themselves when they are around me, and love the dorky quirky me that I be. They must also have the ability to find the humor in a situation. While I also know when to be serious, I feel life is better lived with a smile on the face, and a laugh in the heart.
The first thing people notice about me
Probably that I'm either talking or laughing. I have a zest for life and find it difficult to remain quiet in a social setting. I live a rather slow lifestyle, on the farm and ranch, and I'm 100% OK with that, but if it's the weekend and I'm around friends and family, then I'm not sitting quietly in the corner... :)
The last book I read and enjoyed
I rock audiobooks when in the tractor, so I've been running through quite a few as of late. Perhaps the most powerful one is "Confessions of an Economic Hitman" by John Perkins. If you have any questions as to why things are happening around the world and the way in which they are happening, this book will reveal much.
The three things which I am most thankful for
- My family. It took me leaving home to realize just how superfantasticallyawesomish my family is.
- My health. It is difficult to live life to it's fullest if you can't get out of bed.
- My living situation. I live on a farm and ranch, and can do ANYTHING I want. No neighbors, no rules. Just fun and freedom.
The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me
I really honestly don't know how to answer this question. I've stared at the blinking cursor in this box for far to long. I'll have to come back to this one...
Friends Describe me as
Affectionate, Funny, Generous, Spontaneous
A little more about me
Yes. But I'm too lazy to type anymore right now. Show me my dang matches. ....Please.