A: I'm pretty much an open book. What you see with me is what you get.
A: In a perfect world I would paint and make pottery in my spare time.
A: I've run 7 marathons. I'm hoping to do another one this year. When I read this question, it reminds me of how I feel at Mile 19 and know that there are 7.2 miles to go. In life, I believe it's important to "stay in the room" even when challenges arise. The best friends I have are those with whom I've resolved significant challenges and have grown with.
A: The normal stuff I suppose, is that I love going to movies and reading a good book. A nice slice of cake and good cup of coffee with a friend are great way to top off the day.
A: This is an extremely difficult question to answer. I've had far too many amazing experiences to list here, and expect many more to eclipse them. That's sad, I once had a friend who lived to be 102 years old. When she was 101, she told me that I was the best friend she ever had. That's the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me, and coming from a woman who lived to be 101 was very gratifying.
A: People tend to tell me things that they don't tell other people. They will often say to me, "I've never told anyone that before."
A: I'm extremely compassionate and tend to the extremely trusting of others. While answering this question, I find it best to default to the comments others have made about my attributes. I generally hear that I am extremely enthusiastic, that I have a great sense of touch, and ironically that I am extremely sweet. I say ironically because it contrasts my exterior. On a side note, I have an exceptional sense of smell.
A: I'm generally told that I am a daddy type, but after meeting me most guys say that I'm a big kid at heart.
A: I don't travel enough... I love traveling. I'm on the road more than 30% of the time.
A: Lots of protein shakes, low-carb, and low sugar. That said, a good junk food binge is always just around the corner :-) Want to join me?
A: My favorite running shoe is Asics. It's no coincidence that Asics is an acronym derived from the Latin phrase, Anima Sana In Corpore Sano - a sound mind in a sound body.
A: I would tell them that when I read this question, "What would you like your readers know about you that is unique and even a bit personal?", the first thing I noticed was that "to" was missing from the sentence. I'm a stickler for detail.
A: I would talk about all of the wonderful places that I've lived, share odd anecdotes, and tell you about my family.
A: I enjoy the compassion that I have for others and my naturally inquisitive nature.
A: I'm sweeter than I look.
A: Diet Coke
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