August 18, 2022 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

10 things you don’t know about me… Shawn Skinner

1. What is your favorite food? Italian food 


2. What is your favorite holiday? Christmas


3. What is your favorite childhood memory? Christmas 1979 – I got a full Pittsburgh Steeler uniform – Helmet, shoulder pads, jersey, pants, pads and then a ton of stuff for my room with Steelers on it. They won the Super Bowl that year and I was in heaven. 

4. What is your favorite place to travel to? Las Vegas


5. What is something you always carry with you? My Rosary

6. What is your favorite book you have read? Sacred Hoops and A Christmas Carol – I read them yearly

7. What is the best advice you have received? Do What’s Right

8. What TV show can you watch over and over? Seinfeld 

9. What superhero power would you want? Super Speed – that would help me get everything done I need to faster
 
10. Are you superstitious? Yes – little ones – nothing crazy – but if we win a game I’ll probably follow everything I wore/ate/did that day on the next game day. 

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