Hi, My name is Ron I am 26 years old. Lived in Minnesota my whole life. I graduated from Hennepin Technical college with a diploma in the auto body program. Now I work as a body technician in the north suburbs. I enjoy my job and it some what ties in with my main hobby, which is classic/ custom cars and trucks. I am proud to be an American! I believe in God, family, and friends! (Insert BIG grin here)
I want to apologize ahead of time for my typing errors. My day to day life doesn't require typing skills, so I may be a little rusty. Another thing is talking about my self gets boring (I would rather hear about you) So, I'll try to hit the major topics as quick as possible! after all we need to leave something to talk about later. I'm going to list things you should learn about me right off the bat.
I work with my hands and I take pride in my work. I'm pretty good with a wrench, and you could say I know my way around a car. If you need something fixed I can in most cases help you out.
A good conversation goes along way with me. I admire a person with good communication skills. experience has taught me that in relationship communication is key.
My friends will tell you I have a very healthy sense of humor, and enjoy making people smile. (I can be a little sarcastic at times) "laughter do-ith good like medicine"
I give everyone full respect until they prove me wrong in doing so.
I am a Christian, though not as devoted as I should be. Not proud of it, but its the truth. (I think there are more than a few people out there that can relate to that.
Another thing is my love for music! Mostly country, but i like me some classic rock and some poppy stuff once in a while. I have no music ability, but I don't let that stop me from singing along with my favorites! (Insert chuckle here)
I know there is a bunch stuff I'm missing, but I think this should give you a good general idea. Feel free to ask any questions you would like. I'm just looking for someone to chat with for starters. If things go good there maybe we can work plans out later or something.