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  • David, 58 from Lookout Mountain, TN
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    58, Lookout Mountain, TN
    I'm passionate about living life to the fullest. I love my children and spending time with them, the Church and daily Mass, my vocation as a father and an architect. I enjoy the outdoors: gardening, walking, cooking, beach at HHI and MVY. Haven't camped, hunted or fished for years and ready to get back to it. Love live music esp classical, country and enjoy all performing arts, local sports and traveling. Sound bites don't adequately convey everything, but here's a smattering of me: Positive, prepared, pleasant, patient, persistent. Honest, loyal, hard working, trusting and trustworthy. Happy to greet each day and thankful for a cozy bed at the end of that day. Prayerful. Sensitive, considerate of others. Protector of the weak, defender of the faith. At age 30 I learned I'm Dyslexic and have ADHD...and a decent IQ. I figure they all balance, so I'm normal...a bit impulsive...yet smart enough to know and use restraint. I trust in Jesus, and that seems to work wonders. I love woodworking, pottery, and art - both manmade and Godmade. I'm creative, inventive, resourceful and frugal. I love to work, and know how to rest when I've earned it, and love to read in front of a crackling fire. Influences: both parents had big families and each different. My grandfather, a Baptist, was my hero. He started his business in '28 and developed 6 additional stores before retiring. He was kind, gentle and loving. My father, Presbyterian, was a bit more stern. I loved him tremendously as he taught me so much about life, about nature, and God. He established an important precedent for me and others when he went back to school at age 40 with four kids in school and obtained his law degree from Vanderbilt. My mom was beautiful and filled in all the gaps where dad might have missed. Our Scottish genes go way back to Catholic Scotland and my conversion to Rome made me feel at home, at peace. Professionally I am in transition. I've worked since I was 12 (mowing yards, waiting tables, working in hardware). Worked for a large architectural firm for 6 years; worked 4 years in a Fortune 250 corporate headquarters; Construction management firm for two years; Started my architecture office 1997; interrupted that by working five years at the state Capitol in Frankfort; Now looking for a new venue - here or elsewhere, on my own or with others, while continuing here for the time being. Ideally I'll always live close to my four little girls. They need their dad and I need to be him.