This is it kids, the last character biography. What?! Were you expecting me to write dossiers on the entire population of Bayou Boudreaux? There are a few more characters I’d like to introduce, and I will, but it won’t be as in depth as the last several have been. Starting next week I will be introducing characters from a few author friends’ stories. Don’t worry, you’ll love them. And it doesn’t really matter if you hate them, I love them so they’re going to be on my blog. The end.
Now, on to Gregory Hancock. Mr. Hancock was discovered by Stephan Boudreaux while on a trip to London. Mr. Hancock was Stephan’s cab driver. He impressed Stephan so much that he imported him to America. Mr. Hancock lives life to a certain standard. He has made the conscious decision to be happy and love life. He does not let anything interfere with that decision. If someone wrongs him, he does not seek retribution. He lets it go. Mr. Hancock believes that nothing angers an enemy more than a smile and forgiveness.
Name: Gregory Hancock
Nickname: I don’t have one. You may call me Mr. Hancock. Very few people call me Gregory.
Occupation: I am proud to drive Miss Kat.
Relationship Status: I have only loved one woman.
Hair Color: Silver
Eye Color: Blue
Weight: My weight is of no consequence to you.
Motto: The big secret in life is that there is no secret. Whatever your goal, you can get there if you’re willing to work.
Distinguishing Marks: I have never wanted a tattoo and I have never been in the position to earn a scar.
Best Friend: Stephan Boudreaux. Even in death.
Worst Enemy: Enemies are a waste of time. Holding a grudge is like drinking poison and waiting for the other person to die.
Last song played on my iPod: Dream a Little Dream of Me, Mama Cass.
Favorite Quote: “Live well. It is the greatest revenge.” –The Talmud
Last Facebook post: I prefer to speak in person. It is much harder to be mean in person.
Ten things you should know about Mr. Hancock:
10. I may not be wealthy, but I am happy.
9. I don’t need a million friends. I just need one good one.
8. I hear and see a lot of secrets from the driver’s seat. I do not reveal them. So don’t ask.
7. I enjoy what I do. I’ve never ‘worked’ a day in my life.
6. Miss Kat likes to ask for my advice while we drive. Every time I tell her the same thing, you’re only asking because you know the answer and you don’t like it.
5. I believe life is like a coin. You can only spend it once. Spend it wisely.
4. I don’t think it matters how you live your life but why. If you have the right why the how will take care of itself.
3. I have a deep, penetrating fear that one day I’ll wake up and my life will have been a dream.
2. It is possible to live forever. If you do something well and teach someone else to do that one thing well you will live eternally. That’s why I’m teaching Joe to drive.
1. I am content.