Indi described me as:
He’s a 27-year-old Nintendo fan, tech-savvy-nerd-boy, who just happens to be very, very intelligent and good-looking. I am biased, I realize, but I like to think those are pretty objective realities. He is thin, but not fit either, and isn’t accustomed to being outside or lengthy physical exertion.
I’m a guy that found a rut in life and decided to stick to it. I’ve never been a trouble-maker and spent most of my school years without a relationship and staying away from environments that would bring trouble. The walls I built to maintain my way of life have not been easy to tear down. I was raised a Christian and still consider myself as such, but haven’t been actively practicing in awhile. However, it is those beliefs that guide my daily decisions.
I used to feel like I knew my place in the world, but lately haven’t felt that at all. I feel like I’m spinning my wheels and not really doing anything but existing. I don’t know why I believe some of the things I do and it’s like I don’t think deeply about the things I say.
I used to be much more of a gamer, but I’m happiest playing Warcraft these days. Although it was sad to see all of my video game consoles go, I really wasn’t using them. I’ve lost interest in reading, too.
I’m not very fit. I don’t do well in situations where exertion or self motivation are required. I feel like I used to be smarter. I’ve really just let myself atrophy in about every conceivable way. This international foray into the unknown is the most un-Rhys decision I’ve ever made, but it’s something that I want to do. Which is a lot more than what I can say for many other things going on in my life…or not going on, depending on how you look at it.