Monday, January 31, 2011

The Most Interesting Man in the World 6

He is a World Champion,Wesbrook Scholar and Law Class Valedictorian.  But more importantly, he is a good man, devoted to his wife and family.  From his early days as leader of "The Pinchtown Slugs" to the icy downhill pistes of Europe and everywhere in between, his sense of humour is still infectious.  Well-organized late night capers in the foothills around Beaver Mines executed-with-military-precision notwithstanding, this man of adventure still seeks it - these days on his backyard luge run.  Sure he broke an arm trying to jump over a fir tree, sure he rolled through a fire pit under dubious circumstances, but aren't those activities every young man coming of age endures?  (Hopefully not.)  There has been no lack of adversity or adventure in his three decades thus far, and he is obviously the stronger for it.  Now happily ensconced in Cowtown, he plies his craft within its concrete towers of commerce with a determination and aplomb evident to all.  Nobody said life was going to be easy, but this amazing young man doesn't just wring the best out of whatever comes his way - he charts his own path right through it all.  Truly an inspiration to all who know him, he is The Most Interesting Man in the World!  (Originally scheduled for Dec. 28th, 2010.)