[Snippets from my profiles ...]
Tennessee Smoky Mountians
Location: Fort Payne, Alabama, U.S.A.
Marital Status: Single (Never Married)
Denomination: Protestant (General)
Raven Red Toes (*blush*)
Opening the world to new possibilities, the Idealist's life mission is making the world a better place. They care about big ideas and issues as well as the lives of people around them. In many ways, they're ideal friends and co-workers who inspire others to pursue their dreams.
Yahoo Love Style: SENSIBLE
Keirsey / Myers-Briggs Type: INTP (The Architect)
Tickle Intellectual Type: VISIONARY PHILOSOPHER
Are you gay? . . .
Are you psychotic? . . .
Are you an atheist? . . .
If you can answer "No" to these questions, you may be the next winner in the ... (drum roll) ... Mr. No Championship!
All you have to do to see if you have won is contact the owner of this profile with some interesting little tidbit about yourself.
You could include: a favorite d'oh moment (a la Homer Simpson) ... a favorite pet story (recent or not) ... the weirdest thing you ever gave your mom for Mother's Day ... or maybe something completely different.
(FYI: I've got funny answers to all of these.)
He'll be godly, fun, friendly, kind, laid back, trustworthy, and most other positive traits. He can have money or not but we definitely won't click if it's the biggest thing to him.
Cool things on my wishlist (definitely NOT required): likes country music and 80's pop ... likes dancing (country and otherwise)(skill aside) ... likes traveling on the cheap (roadtrips and camping) ... loves going to movies and watching the Oscars ... smart and knowlegeble but not a 'know-it-all' ... creative and appreciative of others' creativity ... spontaneous and adaptable ... strong and maybe athetic ... can say he's sorry and really mean it ... not overly addicted to TV or Web or PS2 ...
These are great things to have but, above everything, I want him to exist (flaws and all).
I like to read Yahoo news, especially science stories -- I can be a bit of a information junkie when I set myself free. I spend a lot of time sifting through my various email accounts. What makes it worse is that I sometimes take "web vacations" and let things build up for days or weeks!
I've created the Sunshine HTML Resource to serve the greater good (Yahoo Idealist Personality showing?). Then there's the web journal Sunshine Stories, with photos, stories, and artwork from my life (revealing my desire for people to understand me).
My Favorites lists my favorite music, movies, and books, each linked to Amazon.com in order to make a little bit of money (credits to spend at Amazon, actually). I've always been a bit of a cheerleader for my favorite things. Check out some of my favorite web companies on my Credits Page.
On my site, and in life as a whole, I have lots of grand ideas -- which often have not been actualized. This fits right into my Myers-Briggs type: the INTP Architect, always designing systems and passing them off to others to construct.
I guess I just feel it's better to have open / unfinished goals than to have a complacent, dreamless, non-existence -- SoSaysSunny.
What is your personal testimony? How did you come to Christ?
Do you have favorite verses, Bible passages or biblical characters? What impact have they made on you?
What kind of personal & spiritual goals do you have? Where do you see yourself in the next year? In 5 years?
How would you describe your appearance? (e.g.: physique, distinguishing features, fashion, etc.)
What is your personality like? What are your character traits? (e.g.: funny, serious, laid back, orderly, etc.)
What forms of entertainment do you enjoy?
What are your favorite movies, actors, music, TV shows, etc.?
What are your interests, hobbies & activities?
How do you spend your day? What is your job? What are your family responsibilities?
Describe how life was growing up. How was your family life?
What kind of relationship are you looking for? What character traits are you looking for?
Statements beginning with "I WILL NEVER ..." are just invitations for God to test your will versus His. -- SoSaysSunny.Anything else you would like to add? Any last words?
I have an incredibly neglected website called SoSaysSunny.com that is mostly a vanity site along with some useful resources. I think there is a lot of room on the Internet for showing people that you can be a hip, intelligent person and still be a Christian. I guess that's what I try to project, anyway.