What makes a person interesting?
Maybe someone who has traveled the world or who gives wise counsel to world leaders; someone who works tirelessly for the poor, the war-torn, or innocent children who suffer; someone who has tried many different jobs, or who can survive on their own in the mountains.
Maybe it is someone who is at home on a horse or in the cockpit of a fighter jet; a best-selling author, or a wilderness explorer; someone who works the land or raises a small vegetable garden; someone who knows their way around an engine or can design beautiful buildings.
Maybe someone who can play any stringed instrument put into their hands or sing lead in a band on tour across Europe; those who’ve ridden the length of Coronado’s trail on horseback or walked around their block in the cool evening holding hands with the one they love.
I know for a fact that whoever invented whipped cream in-a-can is on this list; the one who invented microphones powerful enough to hear that tiny growing baby’s heartbeat through his mama’s belly; and anyone willing to share their story.