Saint Robert, Missouri, United States
About Me:

{I'm a super fan of The Chosen --I can't wait to see their 3rd season!}

Physically active, mentally awake, cultivate curiosity, love life & learning, enjoy many sports and hobbies (snowman building, hiking, DANCING, team sports, martial arts, target practice, etc.), like yard work & projects, health-minded (not much junk food; prefer to cook simple, wholesome meals)

Essential Questions:

How can I become more like Christ by using His gift of time wisely…

--to strengthen my relationship with God?

--to discover and develop His (mental, emotional, social, spiritual, physical) gifts to me [talent, resources]?

--to create and nurture loving relationships with my sisters and brothers?

“Can-Do” Statements:

I can prioritize essential activities (including skill development) over/before leisure-pleasure.

I can focus on relationship-building during any collaborative or instructional task.

I can sacrifice my personal interest to be obedient and/or to fill another person’s needs.

I can manage physical stewardships (such as my body, my personal property, my intellectual capacity, etc.) according to eternal principles.

I can live and communicate with integrity always (in any time, place or circumstance).

I can support the leaders and servants in my community.

I can provide for the well-being of my family members and neighbors.

I can magnify my assignments (vs. inflating or complicating them).

I can speak to edify (anyone who overhears).

I can enrich life through musical and /or artistic expressions and experiences (including athletics and/or nature/outdoors).

Note: I do Not want to be pregnant again. But, I'm happy to meet your kids (if you already have some).

{Parenting: Doctrine & Covenants 121: 39-46; Alma 13: 27-29; Mosiah 4: 14-16, 27, 30}
I have 6 children (the oldest is preparing to serve a mission) and I have sole custody.
I take the responsibility of quality child-rearing very seriously and strive for excellence.
I allow no tantrums, whining, or disrespect from children (or adults).
Loving, firm, consistency is crucial (as is modeling the standards I expect --and being willing to apologize quickly).

I place a very high priority on a clean, healthy lifestyle.
I don't live to workout; I workout to Live!

LDS singles I'd Like to Meet:

Looking for friend & companion with excellent character.
Someone who already knows Christ.
Someone who already knows themself and is already striving for and achieving their goals by discovering & developing their talents (and serving others).
Someone who values eternal covenants and keeps their commitments (even when it's not easy --yup, we're going to get old, lined, grey, and forgetful...).
Frankly, an awesome dad and role model for my kids as to what a husband, father, and provider should strive to be.

Church of Jesus Christ:

Keep Christ-centered and things will fall into place (or fall out of your life).
El libro de Mormon es verdadero.
Christ is the Only one who can "complete" anyone and serving God is what gives life purpose, meaning, direction.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
In the future 
Temple Status:
Temple Recommend 
Church Attendance:
Body type:
5' 6" 
Caucasian (white) 
Social Setting:
The life of the party, Social butterfly 
TV watching:
Blues, Classical, Classic Rock, Contemporary, Country/Western, Dance/Disco, Eighties, Electronic / Tecno, Hip Hop, Jazz, Pop / Top 40, Mormon tabernacle choir, Reggae, Rock n Roll, Seventies, Sixties, Soft Rock, Soul/Rhythm and Blues 
Sense of humor:
Friendly, Clever / Quick witted 
Political Views:
Not political 
Art, Church activities, Church / Community service, Cooking, Crafts, Dancing, Family, Gardening, Health / Fitness, Listening to music, Movies, Photography, Playing sports, Playing music, Reading, Religion, Theater, Television, Travel, Visiting the temple, Watching sports 
Home and family
Marital status:
Have kids:
Yes - at home full-time 
Want (more) kids:
Living situation:
With kids 
Looking For:
Professional life
Bachelor's degree 
Education / Academic research