So you wan't to know something about me... huh?
Chapter 1 - The early years
I was born around 12:30 on September 20, in the early 60's, in the big beautiful city of Seattle, at the Doctors Hospital. My dad was in the accounting field and my mom worked as a secretary. At the time, we lived in a rented out basement of somebodys house. I don't remeber much of the early years, (who does), but when I was about 3 or 4 we went down to San Fransisco for a couple of months while my dad took some classes down there. My mom tells me I was a very outgoing child and would walk up to perfect strangers and start talking with them. I was a little devil I am told. Some of my more interesting episodes were getting ahold of a pair of scissors and cutting off the bottom of the dress of the lady who was taking care of me while my mom and dad were working. Another story from one of my cousins was while one night she was babysitting me, I snuck downstairs into my parents bedroom and got out my mothers lip stick and stuff and made a complete mess of the bedroom, writing (or maybe drawing) on anything and everything. I was so quite, nobody found out until my parents returned. Oh boy, did I get it! My parents always kept a board on top of the refrigerator. On this board it said "Heat For The Seat" and let me tell you I got my seat hot plenty of times. By this time we had moved into our own house in Seattle. A three story job, and my bedroom was on the top floor all by myself! I remember a stuffed monkey that I use to kick down the stairs all the time. And in the basement was my dads office, and lots of room for a boy to play.
Chapter 2 - I get a sister
Well, six years after I was born my parents decided to have another kid. What brought this on I don't really know, but there I was... a brother. You would think that most kids wouldn't like to have another kid around, they wouldn't want to share the attention of their parents. But not me, I was happy to be getting a new little baby sister. That is until she got old enough to get into all my things. Then it always wasn't fun having a little sister around. But like any good brother I put up with it. I was going to elementary school now, and I had other friends to play with, as well as bugging my little sister. My sister is great, now that she is all grown up and is married and expecting a kid of her own. And as any good kid, she has followed in our fathers footsteps and has become an Accountant.
Chapter 3 - Moving to a new city