I have figured I hadn't really let my readers know very much about my fiancé. First things first, he's attractive. Nothing but the best for me. Oh, and a little more importantly, he's a devout Christian with a firm walk in God's path. He attended Walker Valley High School, Bradley Junior/Ocoee Middle (he was there for the transition!) and North Lee Elementary, in descending order. He is quiet, shy, and soft-spoken, like Teddy Roosevelt tells us to be. (I haven't quite managed this "speak softly" nonsense yet) He is the youngest of his siblings; I'm the oldest. It is very obvious in the way we deal with arguments.
In high school he acted in school plays, and played both the trumpet and the French horn in band. He enjoys playing some silly game called Magic: the Gathering, but is luckily not addicted to it like other college students are to similar games, like World of Warcraft. He isn't much for politics - or wasn't until he met me, at least. I told him I wouldn't be involved with someone who didn't vote or have good solid political beliefs. He's a bit more conservative than me, I think, whereas I tend to think more Libertarian-esque. But it's fine, we usually end up voting for the same people.
He's intelligent. We have the same ACT score (28) and have the same IQ (127) which is freaky at the very least. He prefers science and math and trivia, whereas I prefer literature and history and philosophy. But he's not pretentious like so many intelligent people are, you know, telling us how cool it is to be a socialist and what art really is.
Overall, he's a really sweet, patient, loving guy. Exactly what this hard-headed, impatient, quick-tempered woman needs. I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with him.