Monday, May 05, 2014
My Nova Scotia Neighborhood
Doctor Pete, tell me your fondest memory of your mother.
"Unfortunately there is none. Our household was a war zone between my parents."
Okay, then tell me something we may not know about you ...
" I could read fluently when I was 4. When I was 6 I found a physics book, and from it I learned about atoms, and nuclei. At that age, I actually understood what I read. I also became interested in the universe around this age.
Now my best moments in life are on my little sailboat, with a light breeze, and slowly putting around.
It's Freedom. "