15 minutes with … a girls basketball coach
Name: Deb HendersonOccupation: Teacher and girls basketball coach at Glenwood Springs High SchoolAge: 37 years youngPlace of birth: Warrensburg Air Force Base, Mo.When did you move to Garfield County and why? About 11 years ago for my husband’s job.First thing you’d buy after winning the lottery? A whole bunch of plane tickets to the beach for friends and family.First or best job ever? Coaching and teaching at GSHS. The kids and staff are the best.Best vacation ever? Ten-day road trip to Disneyland, Sea World and Huntington Beach with my husband and daughter.What do you do in your spare time? What is that? But when I do have some I go to Lake Powell and camp.Greatest accomplishment? My family and the great friendships that I have made.Ever had a book, movie, news event change your life? Any inspirational movie always impacts how you view life and gets you motivated to live a good life or change the one you have.Best piece of advice you’ve ever received; or a cliché to live by? You are 100 percent in control of the outcome of your life.As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? A veterinarianIf you only had three TV channels, what would you watch? CSI (all of them) Alias, and MTV.Any tattoos? Not yetIf you could invite any three people to dinner, who would they be, what would you serve and what would you talk about? Actor Matthew McConaughey, Oprah and a friend to witness. We would just barbecue – nothing fancy because face it, who is going to eat anyway? We would talk about how hot Matthew is and how rich Oprah is.What’s the greatest invention of all time? Orbit Gum, so you never have bad breath.FavoritesMovie: “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Pretty Woman”Christmas movie: “The Grinch,” because he finds his Christmas heart.Christmas song: “A Rocky Mountain Country Christmas”Breakfast cereal: Vanilla Frosted SquaresSong: Anything Kenny Chesney singsAthlete: My basketball team and my biggest fan BraydinFood: Tequila’s Mexican foodWeb site: Overstock.comPlace in Garfield County: Standing on the sideline in Spencer-Chavez GymnasiumSport to watch: Lady Demon basketball! (of course)
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