have our 15 minutes of
fame in our lifetime.
I’m now using a
few more of those minutes for
a news article.
Three pictures and one
quick quote from me about the
lessons my mom taught.
I was interviewed last week on the topic of drinking around your children. I’ve said many times that I think drinking in front of your child occasionally (in a responsible way, of course) is not harmful, and probably teaches them responsibility with alcohol and takes some of the taboo away. I’m not talking getting drunk – more like having a glass of wine with dinner.
I knew I’d be in the article, since the AP sent a photographer, but I was still surprised to see it sitting in my Google Alerts this morning. While it’s cool they used three photos of my family, I wish they would have included more than one sentence from the 20 minute interview. Maybe that’s just my vanity talking – I always feel like I have a lot of good things to say. I suppose that’s why I have a blog.
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