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A short (and safe) summary of Joshua back to top

I consider myself to be athletic, bright, caring, clever, compassionate, considerate, cooperative, creative, curious, determined, eager, efficient, energetic, fair, faithful, forgiving, friendly, fun-loving, funny, generous, gentle, giving, grateful, hard-working, helpful, honest, humorous, imaginative, intelligent, inventive, keen, kind, knowledgeable, likeable, lovable, loving, loyal, mature, mischievous, organized, outgoing, personable, pleasant, popular, questioning, realistic, reliable, respectful, responsible, silly, smart, stable, thoughtful, tolerant, understanding, unique, unselfish, wise and witty.

Unfortunately, I also know that at times I can be annoying, awkward, cautious, dark, demanding, disagreeable, disgruntled, embarrassed, grouchy, impulsive, jealous, judgmental, nervous, obnoxious, opinionated, rude, sad, sarcastic, shy, stubborn and timid.

You might have noticed that both of the lists are in alphabetical order - I'm also slightly OCD.  My positive traits far outweigh the negatives, so I consider myself a good, and a well-rounded person.  For work, I manage servers, fix computers and develop websites & web applications - while simultaneously trying not to kill stupid people.  For fun, I play soccer, run 5K races, eat lots and lots of food and plot ways to take over the world.  I am always full of ideas, even if I haven't always had the motivation to see them through.  While I am technically a grownup, I have never felt like one.  I'm mature and very responsible, but I have always lived in the "now" without paying too much attention to the "later".

Yes, Soccer, because American's are stupid back to top

It's the most popular sport in the world, and the rest of the world calls it "football" (or "futbol"), but apparently, that wasn't good enough for America.  Anyway, growing up, there were no boys on my street.  I had 2 sisters, and there were 5 other girls on the street.  Fortunately, one of them was my age, and also a tomboy - she was also kind of cute.  So this cute girl started playing soccer on a rec team when we were about 4 or 5 years old.  I was always up for doing anything she wanted to do, so I started playing soccer with her in the street.  My parents saw me playing and decided that I should play on a real team.  Unfortunately, I was kind of a wuss, and afraid to try new things.  But fortunately my parents knew this, and they were smart enough force me to try new things anyway.  It took me a few weeks to be comfortable with it, but once I did, I was hooked for life.

I played with the YMCA from ages 5 to 13.  I don't see how the "M" in YMCA can stand for "Men's" because as soon as I turned 13, they gave me the boot!  Luckily, I found the Garland Soccer Association, and I continued to play there until I was 19, where again, I was told that I was too old to play with them.  A few friends from the last outdoor team I was on decided to start an indoor soccer team at Soccer Spectrum.  I had seen the Dallas Sidekicks play indoor soccer many times, but I didn't even know it was an option for me.  It was amazing.  Indoor soccer was so much different.  It's much more about control and stamina.  I didn't have the control so much, but I could run for 40 minutes straight while everyone else was subbing out after 3-5 minutes at a time.  I have played indoor ever since then, and have have also played a few seasons of co-ed outdoor soccer.

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