Q: What’s your hometown and current residence?
A: Born on Navy base in Jacksonville, Florida, moved around a bit, and I’ve been in the Dallas area ever since.
Q: Family, pets or hermit?
A: Husband, Danny, three grown kids (younger twins, Bronwyn and Logan, and eldest daughter, Taylor, with bonus son-in-law, Dave), and “our puppies,” Bayla and Yolo.
Q: What would others say about you?
A: I don’t know. Why? What did you hear?
Q: Favorite season?
A: George Eliot’s “Delicious autumn!” Crisp air and turning leaves are what I call “skipping weather.”
Q: What movie always makes you laugh?
A: Monty Python and the Holy Grail (“Tis’ but a scratch.”)
Q: Sound you love?
A: Puppies yawning
Q: Sound you do not love?
A: The scrape and squeak when knife meets plate.
Q: What quote from history sums up your philosophy of life?
A: In this world, you can be oh so smart or oh so pleasant. Well, for years I was smart. I recommend pleasant.” — Elwood P. Dowd (Harvey)