Here's a little about me. <br>
I am into Karaoke, enjoy most music, although I do not like most rap. I do not like the negativity and the language of it. Not that I'm a prude, I just don't think I should be inundated with it. Originally, I came from a family of 5 (not counting parents, of course). 2 sisters, 1 older, 1 younger, and 2 brothers. Then my parents adopted another brother, making it 6.
My two favorite holidays are Christmas, even though it is too commercialized, to say the least, and Halloween. I have always been a classic horror movie fan. I also really enjoy the 4th of July because of it's historical significance and the fireworks. Being so far from family, Thanksgiving is not as great as it used to be, but because of friends here, it is still enjoyable. The other holidays are ok, I don't get bummed out during them. I just enjoy the above-mentioned holidays more.
For many years I was active in amateur, school and college drama. I acted, as well as learning and working the technical end, set construction and design, lighting, sound. I designed and built the stage that at last check, was still being used for the Utah Midsummer Renaissance Faire in Cedar City, UT. Now primarily doing the backstage things.
I graduated from Davis High School in 1962, and in 1988 received an Associates Degree from the College Of Eastern Utah in Price, UT.
I served in the US Army for 8 1/2 years with the primary MOS (or job) of 71R20 - Broadcast Specialist, DJ'ing in Korea, Viet Nam and Germany. I was in Viet Nam during the '68 Tet Offensive. I received the National Defense Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Viet Nam Service Medal and the Viet Nam Campaign Medal with 3 bronze star devices. I was honorably discharged July 31, 1972.
I have also been a radio announcer in California, Utah, Nashville, Tennessee and Washington, DC, and have volunteered time with a local Public Radio Station.
I currently reside in Everett,