Thus, I give you my brudder (he's the one on the left, eligible ladies):..................................................................................
H: Well hey Dave, thanks for stopping by and talking to us at A Bird in the Heather. Let's get on to the meat of the issue. What's your favorite food?
D: Pizza reigns supreme over any other food ever invented. I can eat more than anyone I know, despite claims to the contrary.
H: What would you say your favorite color is?
D: It used to be green when I was a kid, but I'd say it's more along the lines of blue.
H: I believe it. Next question...what do you want to do when you grow up?
D: Something in the field of medicine, or involving medicine and athletics.
H: Right...I remember you mentioning something about liking sports a few years ago. If my memory serves me correctly, you played football for a while. What would you consider your favorite football moment?
D: I have hella. I used to play fullback in 7th grade and my first game I broke like, a 60 yard run but then got taken down from behind by a kid who weighed half my size...and then I didn't even get to score the touchdown later on in the drive! In high school. beating Auburn who was top 10 in the state in OT, and coming from behind against Marysville-Pilchuck and also winning in OT to go on to State. But my most favorite moment was just the experience of playing with good friends for 6 years and having awesome coaches in high school.
H: Wow...long winded answer. Following the sports theme, what is your favorite Seattle sports team moment?
D: Tough question. I'd have to say the early Apple Cups in the 2000s and in '06. Going to my first Supersonics game with Dad when I was in 3rd grade was awesome, as was seeing Nate Robinson dunk on the Arizona Wildcats in 2004. Then having the Dawgs being to win in basketball. On a not-really-Seattle moment, winning 3rd place in the Renton softball league during my first year playing with the MVPC team was pretty great too.
H: Hmm...interesting. On to indoor activities. What would you say your favorite video game is?
D: Rock Band 1 & 2, NCAA Football.
H: Wow. Didn't see the football game coming. We just went to a wedding last weekend...what would you say is your most embarrassing wedding introduction?
D: Well Heath, that would be when Tru (our godmother) introduced me to her single niece by saying "So, David's here alone too!" It was pretty much all over after that. You can't recover from that type of a first impression any time soon. Also, I had like 4 beers in half an hour, so I didn't really care at that point.
H: That sounds rough. Oh wait, I was there, and it was HI-larious. Eva looked pretty cute though. Is she your favorite niece?
D: She's my favorite niece until you have a boy.
D: You asked.
H: Whatev. Moving on. What's your favorite way to spend an evening, since you are so hot-to-trot on meeting the ladies?
D: Depends on my mood. Watching TV, playing video games, or going out with friends.
H: The first two will totally get you in with the ladies. Rock on. Now, why do you always wear shorts? To show off those great gams to the eligible women in the audience? (Editor's note: David wears pants less than 10 times a year. Except when work demands it.)
D: Pants are too restricting, and get me too hot (Editor's note: That's what she said! Zing!). Shorts are usually stretchy and keep me cool--just like my personality.
H. Riiiight. To end this interview on a high note, what would you say your favorite Heather/David moment is?
D: Going to Minnesota during the summer of 2000, and the past -4-5 years becoming better brother and sister!
H: I liked that roadtrip too! Remember the crazy AM radio? And Glacier National Park? And mom breaking the lock on my door? And her being convinced bears would eat us? And that crappy Potholes place in Moses Lake? And how we could put up and take down the tent trailer like pros?
D: Uh, yes. I was there too.
I hope you enjoyed this edition of Meet:. I'll be scouting the peeps I know for forthcoming installments.