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BC, Michigan, United States
Oct 23, 2016
Hello :) I enjoy meeting new people, especially those with varied interests and diverse backgrounds.... My own interests are wide (I’ve traveled a lot in the Middle East and Europe and appreciate other cultures), and learning more about other similarly thoughtful and original people is always a pleasure!
5' 7" (170 cm)
140 lbs (63.5 Kg)
Sense of humor:
Clever: Nothing's better than a quick-witted comeback, Dry / Sarcastic: I'm not bitter because I'm single. Quite the opposite, Friendly: I'll laugh at anything
PhD / Post Doctoral
I really enjoy outdoor activities of almost any sort; organized sports, mountain hikes, white-water rafting, biking, leisurely lakeside walks, etc. There's little I won't try and enjoy that's done outdoors.... Indoors, it's mostly reading (for study or pleasure), though I also enjoy working with models occasionally, or just playing board/card games. Selective movies, but not too many. I'm flexible.
Aerobics, Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Cycling, Football, Running, Skiing, Soccer, Tennis / Racquet sports, Volleyball, Walking / Hiking, Weights / Machines
Taste-testing fruits. The more exotic the better :) Other than that, I just enjoy life! Intelligent music (yes, classical, but a diverse range of others (multicultural) also, though nothing too loud or with much "beat." Visually, I personally prefer softer earth-tones, I'm not one to stand out in my decorum. But I enjoy every manner of aesthetic beauty in its place. Hmm... beyond that I'll have to borrow a line from Maria (film-Sound of Music) and just say "these are a few of my favorite things!": Blueberries, mountain lakes, turtles, biographies, history books, traveling the world (I've done a bit of this) and last but most importantly, God. He is the center of my life. My personal devotional life is very important to me- prayer is the "breath of the soul." I'm active in church, giving Bible studies and doing other ministries.
Something boring for anyone but me, probably. Like the "Essence of Human Freedom," by the philosopher Heidegger. Actually kinda interesting! ;) But I also recently re-read the Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis (they are better to read as adults) and my ever-present readings of Ellen White's writings. I read widely-classics, technology, health, history.
Camping, Book club / Discussion, Coffee and conversation, Dining out, Gardening / Landscaping, Hobbies and crafts, Movies / Videos, Museums and art, Music and concerts, Playing cards, Playing sports, Political interests, Religion / Spiritual
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