by Miguel Guzman
Q: What is one of your favorite memories with your parents?
A: “Vacations. My dad was a teacher and he took us out west and out east, and long camping vacations in the summertime, so like for a month. That was awesome.”
Q: What was your favorite place/city you visited?
A: “They took us to the Bahamas when my brothers and I were in highschool, and we drove to Florida, but then flew over to the Bahamas in one of those little boat planes that lands in the harbor.”
Q: What is one the craziest moments in your life?”
A: “One of the craziest moments is when I moved to Mexico. I completely left everything behind and started a brand new life in a brand new country. That was pretty crazy. Not a lot of people get to do that and then it’s more crazy when you get to come back to your old and start again. So it’s a fresh start, and I can’t complain. Both of them are really awesome.”
Q: What do you think the future is going to be like?
A: “I think that we’re going to be forced to go back to nature, a little more than we use to.”
Q: What is one of your favorite memories with your father?
“Fishing, stream fishing. We did it every year, once a month during the summer, until about five year ago when he couldn’t do it anymore.”
Q: What do you think life should be about?”
“Life should be about the connections you have with others and with yourself.”
Q: What is your favorite memory with your mother?
A: “It was this road trip that we took going to Idaho, ironically to go visit my aunt, and it was just fun. We ended up stopping in Chicago along the way, and it was just kind of nice being with her and my sister too, and it was just the three of us being able to connect and talk and go along and have fun.”