I've been told I am good at comprehending an issue at large and small scale. I've considered it a compliment by clients that have commented that I seem more like an engineer than an architect.
I am currently researching the migration of various branches of my family from the Carolinas to Mississippi in the 1830s and the following generations. It's like Faulkner used my family to populate his novels.
Being able to fly. As a young man, I had a pilot's license and I have never outgrown my fascination in viewing the earth from the air.
The last season of "The Newsroom"
Driving a tractor to apply fertilizer for a fertilizer company.
Depending on the visitor, Pinnacle Mountain, Knoop Park, the Faded Rose, or the Arkansas Art Center.
I have a very large stock of various species of rough sawn lumber and wood salvaged from houses dismantled on the family farm. This includes hundreds of window sashes. If you know someone interested in any of this, let me know.
I make a mean Margarita, if I do say so myself.