A: I love to camp! It’s what my family did when I was growing up and it’s a tradition I’ve loved passing on. A few years ago my husband and I got a motorhome. We have had such a great time exploring neighboring states. Paul drives the motor home and I usually follow with a passenger van. The young kids sleep in the coach but older children and friend’s tent camp. It’s always an adventure full of merriment and mishaps!
Q2: What would you change about yourself if you could?
A: Well nothing really. I’m pretty happy with myself and my life. There are many others who probably wish I were more organized and not such a habitual mess-maker though!
Q3: What is your proudest accomplishment?
A: My kids, my radio career, and the non-profit I founded, Point Hope – a voice for forgotten children.
Q4: What is your favorite book to read?
A: The bible – followed by The Shack, by William P. Young.
Q5: What makes you laugh the most?
A: Some of the outrageous practical jokes my friends and I have played on each other over the years, and my kids, who all seem to have wicked senses of humor.
Q6: If you could choose to do anything for a day, what would it be?
A: I live my dream life every day; it’s full of kids, friends, family, animals, gardens, and radio!
Q7: If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
A: I don’t know about the entire meal, but homemade sourdough bread and pickled beets would be a part of it!
Q8: Who is your favorite author?
A: I don’t really have a favorite. I devour books. I often have 2-3 going at any given time.
Q9. If you could go back in time, what year would you travel to?
A: 1978 to before I left home. I would savor the time I had with my older brother, my younger siblings, my parents and grandparents – all of whom have passed but my younger sister and brother. I’d envelope myself in that magical moment in time when I was entering adulthood, but still innocent to the ways of the world.