I'm fit, funny, and fun, a divorced dad of three teens (who won't be living with me post-conversion). My hobbies include playing guitar and bass, reading, studying Torah/Talmud, technology and snowboarding (I am a former certified snowboard instructor). I also like to watch foreign language films (mostly Israeli - catching up on 40 years of culture). I also like to cook, and am very good at it, but do not know much about cooking kosher and plan to learn.
I am in the process of conversion to orthodox Judaism: Since I live in Indianapolis, it's most likely I'll be attending Bnai Torah and living within the eruv.
I've listed my lifestyle according to how I plan to live post-conversion. I make no judgments regarding those who live at a different level of observance beyond that we probably wouldn't be a fit (a Jewish home tends to default to the female's level of observance).
DETAILS: I am approximately halfway through the conversion process: I can read Hebrew and occasionally pick words out of a conversation in Israeli movies. I do not observe kashruth yet, but post-conversion, will be observing fully, both in home and outside of it. Soon, I will be attending shul twice daily (morning and evenings), as well as every shabbat. I typically study Torah a minimum of two weeknights per week now.