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What are you reading?
Between The World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates. It’s incredibly eye-opening.
What sound do you love?
Liverpool fans cheering a goal and singing “You’ll Never Walk Alone.”
What’s your favorite family activity?
Going to the beach in the winter.
What are three items you can’t live without?
The only thing I can’t live without is my family, and maybe my Moccamaster.
What talent would you most like to have?
To play piano.
If you could hire anybody, who would it be?
Elon Musk. For the big ideas.
What was your first paying job?
I used to work in my dad’s hardware store on the weekends. My friend and I were also grave diggers after school.
Office dog: yay or nay?
Yes! Our Cockapoo, Party Hat! He brings a sense of family and the perfect cuddle during the work day. However, he means something completely different to our mailman.
What’s your favorite hometown memory?
In my hometown in Norway, they opened the ice cream store on May 1 every year. It was like Christmas in May. My siblings and I got on our bikes to get the first ice cream of the summer.
What is your motto?
Do the right thing!
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