"You'll know you've met a truly humble man, not when you meet a man who talks low about himself, but when you meet a man who doesn't talk about himself at all." ~by C.S. Lewis
I suppose you could call me the "strong, silent type." I am generally a very reserved and laid back person, but I'm driven and focused when I need to be. I am a man (not a boy) who has a part time job, and who knows what qualities/values he wants in a women, and I don't play games. I have two wonderful sisters, and two awesome parents.
My dad tells me there are two very important questions a man must ask himself, in order: "Where am I going in life, and who's going to go there with me?" Well, I've recently come to know where i'm going in life. I've decided to join the United States Army. I am planning to actively pursue a government job, such as US Marshal, or FBI Agent, once my term is up. Or, If I decide I love the Army, I'll simply make a career out of it. I've been told I'm a talented writer, and I am in the process of writing a book.
My hobbies include reading, writing, exercising, hanging out with friends, chilling, etc.... I also enjoy listening to good music, and playing the drums. (Sorry, but rap doesn't count.) I also love animals; birds of prey in particular. I also enjoy making people laugh, but I try not to over do it. My favorite places in the world is Barnes and Noble, and N. Carolina.
(IMPORTANT SIDE NOTE:) I've never been in a boyfriend/girlfriend relationship with a woman. I believe in treating women with respect, though I will not allow myself to be dominated by them. I despise men who desire to use a women for their own personal gains, and I don't do one-night-stands. I am also a Christian, and I love kids. I'm a BIG family person, and I have some pretty old fashioned values. In the end, however, I'm looking for a woman who loves Jesus Christ with all her heart, as I do. It's OK if she's not perfect, or even if she's a little broken. That's alright, you see, because so am I.
In closing, I would like to leave you with this: “If you don’t see the real me, you won’t see what mercy’s done. If you don’t see my weakness, you won’t see what love has won. If you don’t see the distance from the darkness to the sun, you won’t see…Honestly.”