Q: What’s your hometown and current residence?
A: Hometown is Atlanta, Georgia, but I have called central Virginia home for the past twelve years.
Q: Family, pets or hermit?
A: I have a wonderful wife, two daughters, a labradoodle and a cat.
Q: Cook or takeout?
A: Cook (most of the time). In my not-so-humble opinion, I can usually do it better (read: ”my way”), and it is a great way to relax and think.
Q: What is your favorite season of the year?
A: Spring; it is a reminder that what appears to be dead is simply resting.
Q: Biggest pet peeve?
A: The phrase, “We’ve always done it that way.”
Q: Any hobbies?
A: Playing with my kids, fixing broken things around the house, and any cooking that involves a grill.
Q: What sound do you love?
A: My daughters laughing
Q: Sound you do not love?
A: The alert my refrigerator makes when I leave the door open for (in the opinion of said refrigerator) an unacceptably long amount of time.
Q: Favorite karaoke song?
A: “He Stopped Loving Her Today” by George Jones is non-negotiable.