1. What is your earliest childhood memory?
Well, there are a couple. They're fuzzy, so it's hard to tell which one is earliest. I'm pretty sure though that it was when I got a tricycle with a horn on it. You know, one of those horns where you squeeze the rubber ball and it goes "oo-ga". I was riding it around and ran into something and thought I'd broken the horn. That's really all I remember.
2. Do you think that your early childhood had an influence on the person you are today?
Absolutely. I think one of the biggest influencers of who I am was the fact that I always had one or both parents available to me. It's helped me to be a confident and secure adult. I can't tell you how much that affects what kind of person you are.
3. If you could pick what your primary source of income would be, what would you do? Why?
Probably photography. It seems like the most likely thing that I enjoy that I could also make money at. Since not very many people make money driving cars or playing video games.
4. Since I know you have a family and a day job to worry about, if you had the opportunity to persue some sort of professional automotive racing, even if it was in your spare time, would you?
If financial limitations were removed, I would definitely give it a try.
5. If you had a chance to travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
FREAKING EVERYWHERE. You want me to LIMIT it? Ha. No. I want to see Niagra Falls, the Grand Canyon, I want to go back to San Francisco on my own terms and check the place out. I want to see L.A. just to say I've been there. I want to see Moab. I want to see the Everglades and the Bayou. New Orleans *drool*. Devil's Tower. The Appalachian Trail.
Ireland & Scotland. Florence. The Great Wall. The Acropolis. Giza. The Congo. The Amazon. Rio de Janiero. The Serengeti plain. London. The Paris catacombs. Moscow. Monte Carlo.
Yeah, you won't get me to trim that to one, or even five places.