Friday, March 06, 2009

I'm a lot like Mitt

So many people tell me that I remind them of Mitt Romney.

We both like to spend quality time with our family. We both worship the same God. We both wear suits a lot. We both love to employ immigrants. We both ran for president of the United States--wait--never mind on that one. I didn't.

It's just that there are so many similarities between us, I sometimes don't know where the similarities begin and end. In fact, last year, there was one whole week where I told people by mistake that I grew up in Michigan and that my dad's name was George! Crazy. Truth is, I grew up in Texas and I have no idea who my dad is!

I've had people tell me I sound like him and that if my hair was as nice as his, we'd have similar hair. I've had people tell me I shake hands like him and some people have said if they didn't know Mitt Romney, they'd mistake me for him.

It's flattering, really, but when it comes down to it, I'm happy I'm me. I wouldn't want to be anyone else. Not a doctor, not a photographer, not a guy working at home depot, not a rail road conductor, not a guy that goes around and reads the gas meter, and not an ex-governor of Michigan.

But still, I am a lot like Mitt. There's no denying that.

6 comments:

sideon said...

You're imminently more likable than Mitt Romney.

Steve said...

I think your dad is Mitts dad. Those politicians travel a lot.

Kellies said...

I agree with Steve.

Brother Hoopenheimer said...

Weird. I feel exactly the same way, just different.

Alyson Plowman said...

Ummm. Mitt was the governor of Massachusetts Bishop. It was George who was the governor of Michigan.

Bishop Higgins said...

Smart people read this blog. Way to go, Alyson. You're right as rain.