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Richard
38 Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States
Seeking: Female 20 - 35
Hair color: Blonde
You could say that a sense of adventure is my blood. As a boy, I delighted in the travel stories of my grandfather, a career soldier in the US Army Air Core. He gave me old pictures of him posing before the great pyramid of Giza, the Louvre in Paris, and St. Peter’s Square in Rome. His descriptions of snake charmers and minarets in Marrakech and the steamy jungles of New Guinea enchanted my impressionable mind. I too longed to see to such fabled lands. But as a boy of little means from rural Tennessee, the prospects for international travel were slim. For years I worked weekends and summers to save money. By my junior year of college I had enough for a semester of study in Spain. From there, I made it to Morocco and to Egypt. I now have my own picture in front of the great pyramid of Giza. I was also fortunate enough to have been surrounded by teachers who saw a potential in me that I could not see myself. They gave me not only the knowledge but the confidence to succeed and their care and insight opened doors to a world of knowledge that I would never have known. Their lives may not ever be featured in movies or comic books but just the same, they are heroes. As a college student I knew this was the sort of impact I wanted to one day have on someone else’s life and when I graduated it became apparent that I would never be a famous guitarist or film star or God forbid a reality show icon. And I’m okay with that. I thought at first that I’d be a teacher and travel all around the world teaching in international schools. I did just that for the last five years. I taught in Peru, Colombia, and Mexico. I experienced some amazing things, made some amazing friends. I learned to speak Spanish. I stuffed my face with exotic foods. I climbed the Andes, sailed the Amazon, fell in love with life day after day. It was a beautiful existence and my students meant the world to me, but still there was something missing. For a man to be happy, he must be passionate about what he does, and try as I might, I found no passion in the classroom. I wanted to change lives, not bore students to death. Then there was this latent dream in me to be a doctor, to decipher the mysteries of the human body, to work miracles in the lives of others. But I fooled around in school and didn’t learn my math skills. Biology and Chemistry ate me alive. I knew I was smart, but a different kind of smart. Not smart enough for science. But I knew also that I’d conquered other seemingly impossible obstacles before. I’m embarrassed to admit that at one point in my early college days, I gained quite a bit of weight. I had never been the star athlete in school and I felt stuck with an ugly body and low self-esteem. Then one day, with the help of a friend, I starting going to the gym at my university. I couldn’t do one pushup the first day. After six months I could do fifty. I lost twenty pounds of fat, gained fifteen back in muscle. Suddenly, I didn’t care about looking good, it was how good I felt about myself, the confidence it gave me was incredible and it trickled in to other areas of my life. That was five years ago and I’ve been staying fit and eating healthy ever since. So I thought, “if I could completely alter my body from overweight to being in the best shape of my life, I could succeed in a science class too, I could get into medical school.” I packed my bags and took a plane from Mexico and arrived home in Nashville after five years of being away. I enrolled in classes. After the end of the semester I got A’s in every science class. That meant more to me than climbing any mountain or sailing some lost river. I’m not afraid anymore. Not of anything. And I still think I can one day reach others. I can reach them through my career in medicine or through my fiction. And one thing is certain and that is that if I’m a hero to no one else other than my family then my life will still have been a success.
Jordan
31 Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Seeking: Female 18 - 26
Hair color: Blonde
I really try and make an effort to meet new people and make new friends. Moreover, whenever I have a holiday I love trying new things and seeing new places; this often includes traveling to some of my favorite places like Hawaii, California, New York, Florida, etc…! However, generally I spend my weekends playing sports, working out, and visiting family and friends. Qualities I possess I'm a hopeless romantic, pretty nocturnal (sometimes its work, studying, and movies), sporty (I love playing any and all sports), responsible and dependable (from what people tell me). I’ve been told that I’m intelligent and have an apt mind, albeit I definitely have my goofy air-headed moments. I have a good sense of humor and love to try and make others laugh. I believe in old fashioned values like honesty, kindness, and a can do/will do attitude. I consider myself a gentleman and believe that women should always be treated with respect. I’m not easily upset and consider myself very easy going, and as much as I hate to admit it… I am sensitive (I feel guilty if I step on a bug or do something accidentally by mistake), and finally I am generally very happy with life. Things I love I love adventure and traveling and have spent two years living in Europe while helping people and teaching English. I love culture and learning new things, and have taught myself several languages. I am fluent in Portuguese, Azorean, Cape Verdean Creole (and English); and I am semi-fluent in Japanese which I am also currently studying. I love to cook, play sports and work out; I love starry nights, long walks, and good conversation about anything and everything, I love going out and seeing new places and trying new things. Hopefully this will give you a decent idea of some of the things I enjoy.

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