Georgia – Go DAWGS!
That I have a hard time with questions like this…
The cup has as much as it has.
Four chickens ☺. Seriously though, no. But if I did it would be a Golden Retriever.
Moving, along with my wife and two children, to a new state and completing a second graduate degree in my late thirties.
The summer I turned 16 was spent washing and cleaning buses and motor coaches for my uncle’s company in Atlanta, GA.
Blooper reels, particularly The Office. Also, my children on a daily basis.
My Guild acoustic. After my family, it is the one thing I would rescue from a burning house.
I like to play with my children, take walks through our neighborhood and at Radnor Lake, sit by the fire, play music, enjoy a local craft beer with friends, and chip away at a long list of projects around the house.
Mysterious – like an International man of mystery without the international part.
Also – loyal, conscientious, thoughtful, caring, honest, and insightful.
Morning – as long as (good) coffee is involved.
Jazz – it’s what’s playing most evenings around our house.
December – both of my children where born that month, and its Christmas. Plus, lights.
Throwing a football or baseball, or kicking a soccer ball with my son.
“A Place of My Own” by Michael Pollan
“The Light Came Down” by Josh Garrels
First month at home resting and playing with my family while knocking out some projects, three months traveling the country in an RV with my family, one month at the beach resting, playing, dreaming, and planning, and the last month back home again.
Superman, because what’s not to like about Superman? Not only can he fly, leap tall buildings in a single bound, possesses superhuman strength, speed, sight, hearing, and breath, he also knows something of vulnerability (e.g. Kryptonite).
I would either go to March 2, 1620, when my ancestors Christopher and Mary Branch set sail for America on the London Merchant; or to the day around 1800 when my great, great, great grandfather Duncan MacCallum set sail for America from Scotland.
Climb a Mountain
I had wanted to live in Nashville for many years prior to moving here in 2014, so I’m not quite ready to go anywhere else just yet. But perhaps someplace with great weather would be nice – San Diego? Malta?