Reading the Label
I’m one of those unforgettable personalities that shines with an unequal amount of charm and panache. Or so, that’s what my delusions and disconnections with reality make me believe.
I am the product of a Woodburn, Oregon up-bringing that lasted for the first 18 years of my life. I went to the University of Oregon for six years and walked away with a bachelors degree and a pair of masters degrees.
Although people who grew up with me (including myself) are surprised, but I teach English to high school students with learning disabilities, emotional problems, and sometimes even autism. It’s a great job, where I get to have an audience. I am also an assistant varsity football coach. I work with the defensive and offensive line. Football has gone from a pastime to an obsession in the last couple of years. I live with my wife, we married in 2005 and have a Great Dane named “Moose”.
What else do you want to know?