I’ve got a confession to make.
I’m a huge fan of the Denny Sanford Show.
I love watching people in real life get into the news, especially when the news breaks and it’s good.
I’ve been watching the news for a long time.
The show started in 1995, and the first season had a big effect on me.
And I loved it.
I still remember the first time I watched the show, it was with my friends and my parents.
My dad was really into the show.
He was into sports, he loved sports, so he went to all the sporting events.
He went to the big sporting events like the Super Bowl, the Superbowl, the NBA Finals.
I remember being in the audience at those events and watching them with my parents because I loved sports.
I was in that same place, sitting next to my parents and I just loved sports and I would watch sports, and I loved to watch people get into it.
It was the first show that really touched me.
I still remember that first day when my dad and I got home from the airport, he was really excited to go to the game.
He got me to watch the first game.
I just remember feeling so excited to watch it.
He really loved it and he loved his dad, and he wanted to go there and be a part of it.
And so that was really a big thing for me.
And that’s how I was brought into the D.N.S.
I grew up in Texas, so I had the same kind of family.
My family was very conservative.
My father was from a conservative background.
My mother was from one of the biggest families in Texas.
My sister was a nurse and my cousin is a nurse.
My grandparents were both nurses and my aunt was a physician.
My grandfather was a farmer, my great-grandfather was a banker, and my great grandfather was the sheriff of Dallas County.
I grew up with a very conservative family.
It’s hard to find a show that’s good for me that doesn’t take place in Texas and it doesn’t have the same political stance as Denton.
So, the show had an impact on me because I had an older brother that was the editor in chief of the Dallas Morning News, and we were just friends.
My mom was a really strong supporter of the show when it was going on and when I started watching it, I got more and more involved.
I would say that my dad was in the room at all the events, and when he got home he would watch it with me.
So, I think it was a huge influence on my family.
I remember my dad saying to me, “When I go home, I want to go into the house, and whenever I do that, I don’t have to go back to my office.
I’ll go in there and I’ll sit down with my wife and my son, and then I’ll be able to watch Denton on television.”
I remember my mom saying, “You know what, Dad?
When I go out, I’ll take the train.
You can take the bus.”
And that was kind of the direction that Denton went.
It was a very Americanized show.
We were watching it from a Western perspective, but we were watching the same shows that we would have seen in the West.
So when my mom said, “I want you to be in Denton, Texas,” I knew I was going to be there and it was gonna be really good for my family, and that’s the way that Denny was.
And my mom loved Denny.
I’ve been lucky enough to have a lot of really wonderful people in my life.
She was an incredibly generous person.
And she always was willing to help me in a way that I didn’t expect.
I never had anyone in my family that would be able enough to take care of me.