Hum, describe myself? Wow, that is a hard question because I tend to be very modest. But, here goes. . . some say "chivalry" is dead. Well, I'm here to show that "special" someone that it's not! Despite growing up under many cricumstances that many considered hardships of life, I did learn that being a gentleman is treating a woman like a woman of respect. I also contribute my walk with Christ with developing the man I am today. I'm much wiser than most at this point in a man's life because of the trials I've experienced. It's been brough to my attention that my humor and the way I humor others is the reason why I've been able to overcome all obstacles. I'm shy at first, generally reserved to attractive women, but as I become more comfortable with my surroundings, I'm a hoot. . . as I've been told! I've been told that I'm a child in a grownup body! I guess that is why I work well with the youth. Though I coach at the college level, I've always had interest in working with children. . . be it in a setting reading to elementary kids, or teaching volleyball to junior high and high school players, or my favorite is when I taught special ed to middle school kids. I relate well and have been known to put a smile and keep it on a child's face! Of course, I don't stop there. . . I can put a smile on your face too. There, something simple about me! Yes, I am simple!