A. She lived well, laughed often, and loved passionately.
A. Let's go!
A. A good book, a glass of sweet iced tea, and a warm summer breeze.
A. Where I am right now.
A. Edna St. Vincent Millay
A. Pam, the woman who runs our local produce stand.
A. Just is a bad one.
A. Not going to Woodstock (the first one). My mom said I couldn't go.
A. My three children: Chris, Jeni and Emmie.
A. Intolerance of ignorance.
A. The little creek that runs by my house.
A. Blue eyes.
A. Sherlock Holmes
A. The Phantom of the Opera
A. I would like to meet Amelia Earhart. I'd ask her what happened and how she died. I'd also like to tell her how much I admired her spirit.
A. Rude people
A. Besides writing? Being a painter
A. Loyalty. Speaking up when needed. Ignoring petty things happening around you.
A. chocolate cake
A. Moon River, Desperado, We need a little Christmas, Silly Love Songs and Iron Man