The one thing I am passionate about...
I am not currently a member and so I can't respond to emails. I will most likely rejoin on Friday. Also if you tried to fast track to email it wont let me accept them on this free weekend. No offense to anybody
I typically spend my leisure time
Depends on the day, some days I might feel the need to sit and relax while watching a movie. Other days I need to get outside and do things like Frisbee, hike, shooting, watch or play sports.
The most influential person in my life has been
I am looking for my best friend, partner, to travel through the adventures of life with. I think the biggest thing is to be real in who you are. To me being real is being open about all aspects in your life. I want a diamond, not a piece of glass.
The first thing people notice about me
Probably my sense of humor, don't get me wrong I know how to be serious, but life is so much better when you throw in some wit, with a side of laughter and a dash of sarcasm.
The last book I read and enjoyed
Wild At Heart, The Bible, Every Man's Series, The Price of Freedom...
The three things which I am most thankful for
The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me
I have the size of a Grizzly, the courage of a Lion, the heart of a Puppy. A month before my 11th Birthday my father committed suicide. While it was tough, it molded me into who I am today. I went outside after his death and I pleaded my heart to God. I asked God "If my Father is in Heaven to please send me a sign?" As I was saying sign the brightest shooting star I've seen flew over me and my house. Do you believe in Miracles?When I turned 18, I started chewing tobacco. I decided that it was going to be something that I did during my youth. I became tobacco free on June 3rd, 2012.
Friends Describe me as
Funny, Genuine, Loyal, Warm
A little more about me
I'm a little country, a little city, a little mountains and a little ocean. I am currently an Asian cook and I have a large experience as a cook from when I used to travel the USA cooking at forest fires and other natural disasters. I chose to travel and to help those in need instead of college. After I graduated high school, I figured there were 2 types of people, those who read history and those who make history. While I do think education is important and would be open to continuing my education someday, I would not trade that for any of the experiences I have had and the lives changed. Life is short so make the most of it.