Interview with my Brother Tack (Part 1): Our Childhood and Parents


I am the curve and he is the line.

My brother and I are different, but there is more than enough room in this world for him, me and YOU!


Today, I wanted to share an interview that I recently conducted with my younger brother, Tack.

During our conversation, we discussed our childhood, living paycheck to paycheck; not to mention, our parents and their parenting style.

In this interview, my brother also revealed our mother’s most important lessons about people and life.

Be forewarned, you are listening to a conversation between me and my brother so my southern accent is BLAZING!!!  Good luck and Godspeed trying to understand some of this! LOL!!!



Stay tuned for part 2, when we discuss a bit more about our Dad, and what it was like for my brother growing up with LadyG as a big sister.

19 thoughts on “Interview with my Brother Tack (Part 1): Our Childhood and Parents

  1. Woebegone but Hopeful

    This is so well put together Gwin.
    Thanks for letting us in on your family and how you both grew up and were nurtured.
    Lovely and so poignant too.

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    1. Thank you Roger, that means a lot coming from you! I am looking forward to working out a time to interview you. I see where you responded to my e-mails and I promise to respond as soon as I can. Much love!

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      1. Woebegone but Hopeful

        My pleasure Gwin…I did enjoy you and your brother exchanging memories and little family jokes 😃
        You fix a time whenever you can.
        I am still cross with myself over missing your previous e-mail because I know I should have chceked all the different places e-mails turn up apart from Inbox.

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        1. LOL!!! I am surprised that you could understand it! My Southern accent and dialogue goes through the roof when I am speaking to family! LOL!! And please don’t worry. We will surely find time to make our interview happen 🙂

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        2. Woebegone but Hopeful

          Hi Gwin.
          I love southern accents!
          I grew up trying imitate find them such an easy way of speaking.
          In my fantasy books one of the heroes Arketre tends to lapse into her ‘home’ accent which has threads of ‘southern’ (And since it’s a Fantasy book, I can get away with any criticism of pronunciations 😄)


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