At the end of my life, I want it to be said that I took 'life by the horns" and that I wasn't afraid to take on new challenges.
Though I was raised in Georgia, I never understood what sort of splendor was in my "backyard" here , and moving here was the furthest thought from my mind. But, alas, here I am.
To end my ramblings about this place, let me explain a little more about myself:
God's faithfulness has become like the air that I breathe as He has changed my world and everything within it. His Word carries me, and I know that He is good and that He is true.
I will always be the one that will try to find the humor in anything and everything because life is more pleasant when it is surrounded by laughter. And, though I may never be esteemed as the the most intelligent man alive, I believe that there should be an undercurrent of common intelligence in conversation.... so, if you can only carry an engaging conversation with a pencil, you and I will probably not be the best of fits.
Additionally, I believe that we''re all-in most degrees- fighting the same battle, and I cannot form an objective opinion on someone who's fighting the same war as I. When you think about it, we all are doing what we know to survive and prepare for ourselves and our future and to judge a person's wholehearted attempt seems rather hypocritical, and I would much rather be seen as someone who decided to give a person a chance rather than writing them off.
If you're still reading this, congratulations! It seems that you have a larger attention span than which most decide to follow.
I'm a very laid back guy who loves sports, people, God, and food. If I could combine all of these, that'd be wonderful.