I wake up early because I have two kids. I pack lunch for my daughter and get her dressed. Usually my wife and I split these jobs, whoever packs the lunch doesn't need to do the hair and teeth, but has to get breakfast down the kids' necks. It's all a big nag fest in the morning and it's amazing how much you repeat yourself. Then it's time for the school drop-off, pottering around at home, doing some work and playing with our dog.
Spaghetti Bolognese. It's just the hardest to f* up, so if someone else was cooking I'd want that.
Play golf as much as I can. It combines walking and fresh air – two of my favourite things, but the golf adds the sport element, which I like.
Oh gosh, there are so many. I would say, I was in high school and we had to wear tights. I had a pair of knickers over the top of the tights so they wouldn't ride down. Something happened as I was climbing up some stairs in between classes – the hottest teacher in school was standing at the top of the stairs and, as I was climbing, my knickers fell off. I kind of walked out of them, but I nearly died that day. I tried to ignore it and just kept walking, but the teacher went and picked them up and handed them to me.
To meet Oprah Winfrey.
"All things are ready, if our mind be so." – William Shakespeare.
1. a Powerboat.
I'm going to say The Invitation by Oriah Mountain Dreamer, mainly because the poem in the beginning of the book is such a beautiful poem and something you can live a life by.
You'll be okay.