Q. What is something you’ve always wanted to do, but haven’t yet?
A. Travel to the Netherlands.
Q. What’s your favorite way to spend a three day weekend?
A. Working in the yard when it’s nice and having BBQ’s with my kids.
Q. What was the craziest job you’ve had?
A. I haven’t really had any crazy jobs. I guess the most unusual job I have had was driving semi-truck over the road.
Q. Which would win in a fight, one 500 pound duck or 500 1 pound ducks?
A. 500 1 pound ducks.
Q. What surprises you most about people?
A. That some people can so easily be convinced about things.
Q. What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given?
A. Always be truthful, honest, and treat people the way you want to be treated.
Q. If you could live the rest of your life in one city, where would you go?
A. I’m not sure. I love Washington and like rural living.
Q. What is one fashion trend that shouldn’t make a come-back?
A. The hippy look, like the Woodstock era.
Q. Do you have hobbies and what are they?
A. Cross stitch, reading, cooking, and gardening.
Q. If you had to live without the ability to read or the ability to speak, which would you choose?
A. The ability to speak.
Q. If you could have one conversation with anyone, dead or alive, who would you pick?
A. I have been reading a lot about Abraham Lincoln lately and at this moment he would be the one I would pick.
Q. What’s a hidden talent you have?
A. I played classical violin for 13 years.
Q. What is one skill you’ve mastered?
A. Cross stitch.
Q. What is your favorite song that you have memorized?
A. The Prayer.
Q. What’s your favorite thing about your career?
A. During my career I have had the opportunity to work with so many wonderful people, have had many experiences, and obtain knowledge in a lot of different areas.