. that's what this book is about. it's about a little engine that could, curious george. do you like curious george. >> sort of. >> okay, will he was my guy. having the spirit of curiosity and exploration and having that of the very early age was something that was given to me my community and my parents will never forget the day that my father was a schoolteacher -- my dad did all these different job. he was a schoolteacher and played at the plan and did all these different things to make money. the day that he drove a doritos brand truck into my driveway was the day said what's the deal you to be a deliveryman now. the bread truck drove in, we got in it and it smelled like bread and he said this is our camper. i said no it's not, this is a bread truck. i didn't have a vision, but he did. he was always doing things on the cheap to take care of his family. this bread truck cost $500. over the summer i became an engineer. i helped rewire the truck electrically. i built bunkbeds on the side of the truck that my sister and i slept in. over the summer, i learned what engineering and scie
. curious george was my guy. [laughter] having this spirit of curiosity and exploration and having it instilled in you in a very early age is something that was given to me through my community and parents. i will never forget my father was a school teacher at lynchburg team drove this and get all these different jobs. he did different things to make money to give me my piano lessons and clarinet and violin lessons. but the day that he drove the truck into our driveway is the day that i said okay this is enough you are going to be a bread delivery man now? the truck drove in, we looked at it and it smelled like gladstone and he said this is our camper and i said no that's not it is a british rock. i didn't have a vision that he did. he was always doing things on the cheap to take care of his family and the bread truck was $500. i built bunk beds we sometimes had rolled out of the bed. i realized we spent countless summer's driving across the country. it was a stor is a story of good second chances. the other most beautiful thing about my parents as they were both students at lynchburg
. think i can, i think i can. curious george, rafy, have you read curious george? you like it. >> sort of. >> he was my guy. okay. you need to read it again. but, no, having this spirit of curiosity and explore asia -- exploration and having it instilled in you at an earl age was begin to me through my community, through my parents, and i never forget the day that my father -- he was school teacher. he drove this -- my dad did all these different jobs. he was a school teacher, played in the band, did all these different things to make money to give me my piano lessons less and -- clarinet lessons and all these lessons. he worked hard so i could get these things. the day he drove a bread truck into our driveway was the die i said -- the day i said, okay, you're going be a bread delivery man now? what's the deal here. this is when learned about vision. the bred truck drove in, we got in it, we look at it, smelled like bred still, and he said thisser is our camper. and i said, no, it's not. it's a bread truck. he says the bread on the side of it. didn't have a vision. but he did.
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