I'm the silent type, if you don't ask, I won't blab on and on about it.
My closest friends may describe me as good in a firefight, or generous, or kind, or intelligent, and some may even say wise. That depends which friends they are, and where they are located, there are some friends I don't quite know what they'd say, nor will I ever. RIP Solo, RIP Mac, RIP Byrd, RIP Palo, RIP Yelner.
I am most proud of my decision to join the Armed Forces and serve in the infantry, despite the losses I've suffered and the injuries I've sustained. I am most grateful in life for my two sons, they make me smile more than anything else on God's green Earth. They are the light of my life, and I wouldn't trade a second with them for all the gold in the world. Military service and 24 months of deployment taught me that.
My social life is almost nonexistent since getting out of the infantry and moving back to my hometown. I'm hoping to attract a lovely young lady who has a very strong sense of loyalty and family cohesion, and a tolerance for an old, lazy military man who's been blown up more times than he can count, and shot a few times, too, for good measure.
I'm most passionate in life about finding a good patch of land to purchase and using it to farm for food and other plant sources of useful chemicals, minerals, and antioxidants. Building a home on that land for a big family would be my next priority. After that, building more structures on that land should my sons &or daughters end up needing a place to stay while thy're getting on their feet, or come home to visit with their families, and even if they want to come back to stay. I'd like there to be a neck of the woods somewhere with my name on it, because myself and my descendants have made a difference there, and have a lasting presence. I'm just looking for that place, and that person to bring on that ride.