Just so we're clear.
Are you kidding me? Life with four teenage boys and a dog with a major attitude, plus I'm married to the original Indiana Jones. Everyday LIFE is a super event. (Super busy, super crazy, super intense, sometimes super smelly ...)
2. Share something you're a fan of these days?
Peace and quiet. Don't see it much, but absence just makes the heart grow fonder.
3. How do you feel about wings? In case anyone is confused, I'm talking the edible appetizer kind. What's your preferred seasoning on a wing-hot, mild, teryiaki, sweet and sour, other? Do you make your own or is there a favorite place you like to go for wings?
I don't like having to work that hard for my food, neither do I want to leave countable substance on my plate so everyone can know just how much I've eaten.
4. As long as we're talking sports today...have you followed the Lance Armstrong story? Did you watch his interview with Oprah and if so what was your reaction to his confession and subsequent remarks?
I'm aware of the story but have not followed it, so I can only comment on what I've heard--a dangerous practice that millions of people engage in every day. Since that would not be prudent, I will simply comment on what I know: "For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God." Anyone can do wrong because we have a sinful nature. It's what we do with God's forgiveness that counts.
5. What's a question you hate to be asked?
I'm not a fan of "Did you do this?" because it usually means I'm in trouble. A close second would be the oh-so-similar, "Why didn't you do this?"
6. The coaches in this Sunday's big game happen to be real life brothers. Jim Harbaugh coaches the 49er's and his older brother John Harbaugh coaches the Baltimore Ravens. Were you and your sibling(s) competitive? In what way? Are you still? If you're an only child how did you handle competition growing up?
I am not at all competitive, and contrary to popular opinion, I have never left
intentional scratches on an opponent during a frenzied round of Dutch Blitz.
7. What's your favorite game involving a ball and when did you last play?
Boccie ball. I don't think I've ever played it, but I like saying boccie. (or bocce, whichever you prefer.)