I know you’ve been working on your perfect birthday present for me. You’re going to Ask Roger Anything.
I received some physical items for natal day #70. My wife got me the book The McCartney Legacy, Volume 1: 1969-73 by Allan Kozinn and Adrian Sinclair. She has also promised me a new office chair because my current one has become very uncomfortable.
The Amazon card I got from a friend was used to purchase five Warren Zevon albums for under twenty bucks. There are several packages of CDs for the Doobie Brothers, Roberta Flack, Randy Newman, and others.
My daughter painted the item above shortly after she was home for spring break. Her mother is the carrot on the left, and she’s the one on the right. Of course. The word Birthday is not misspelled; since she gave it to me after my natal day, it says, “Happy birth – hey!”
I need something more interactive now, which is where y’all come in. I’m sure there are things you always wanted to ask of me, but you were too shy. Now’s your opportunity!
I doubt there are any questions that you can ask that I will not answer. You can try to stump me. Perhaps you want to know how I’ve changed in specific areas over decades. And I certainly have changed over time in ways that I might not have noticed until and unless you ask the questions.
I’ll answer your queries in the next month or so. Indeed, I already have gotten a couple of questions. But I want more, MORE! Please pose your questions in the blog’s comments section, email me at rogerogreen (AT) Gmail (DOT) com, or contact me on Facebook. Always look for the duck.