Name: My Hanh and Eric
Occupation: Pilates Instructor and Project Manager
Decade Born: 1980's
The memory of your childhood home, how do you think it compares to the memories you're going to be making here?
My Hanh: In terms of family and fostering family, I think that'll still be a part of us- I think even more so. My family is really close and I remember the small, little things we would do together. Even just like siblings wise because we didn't have a lot growing up so we would be really creative and like make a tent out of our blankets. So I think here when we have kids, we're gonna do the same thing- foster creativity, the mind, imagination. Give them a book, not a Kindle. So I think it would be similar to my upbringing.
Eric: That's a little different from my upbringing. I grew up in a small town in Avignon in the South of France so I had farms around me. For me, it was about being close to nature as it is. So I'm a little off balance here. Having a kid growing up here is going to an experiment for me to see what we can do. It's a completely different experience for me.
Are you guys politically involved at all?
My Hanh: Not me.
Eric: I follow to stay informed. I'm not the type of person who would go protesting against something. The only thing I would protest or go against would be the nature- if something goes against nature or tries to destroy nature. I'm getting annoyed by that. The health care, the education- everything can fixed with budgeting and laws, but nature is a one time deal; if it's destroyed it's gone.