When did this happen?
ESPN: What was the earliest you saw the carpet looms?
Toms: When I was a kid, my dad took me and my brother and our cousins and I, and our parents, and we went to a circus show.
My dad would have us come up with some sort of circus trick.
The circus would put us in a little little wagon.
We’d be in this little wagon that was like a little car and you’d have to do tricks and you could only see where the car was going.
We would try to jump out and try to catch the wagon, and there would be other kids running around the wagon and jumping out.
The car would go off.
So we were in the wagon on the way to the circus.
That’s what I remember.
So, I remember this wagon, but it wasn’t a big wagon, so I didn’t see it as that big of a deal.
My family was still living at home.
I remember the circus show being the first thing I saw when I was 10 years old.
I didn-a little girl, a little boy, and a big girl were doing a trick.
And that was the first time I was actually seeing a real circus.
We were at a circus in New York City, and I remember watching this little girl do the trick and her mom was screaming, “Go, go, go!”
I remember thinking, Oh, my God, this is so amazing.
And I remember going up to the show and being like, “Wow!
This is a real big deal!”
It was amazing.
My mom was like, Oh my God!
And my dad said, “No, no, it’s okay, it was okay, you’re still young.”
That was when I knew, this could be the future of my life.
It was just one of those things that, like, I knew that someday, I would be doing that, too.
I know now that I did see it for myself, and that’s when I had a lot of fun.
ESPN: Did you ever have a family in your life?
Tomes: I didn.
I was living at my parents’ house and my mom was in New Jersey, and my dad was in Wisconsin.
And my sister and my aunt lived in Florida.
My brother and I were living at our parents’ place in New Orleans, Louisiana.
So I was in a family.
We had my sister’s brothers and my sisters’ brothers and then my mom and my stepmom, and then there was my sister.
I mean, it just happened that way.
ESPN (via ESPN): Were you ever in a car accident?
Tums: No, I don’t think so.
ESPN(via ESPN: Do you think you’d survive if you died suddenly?): No.
ESPNToms: My dad was an engineer.
He built cars.
He made trucks and things.
And, he was a very, very good engineer.
It wasn’t that I wasn’t happy or that I didn, uh, I wasn’ t very good at driving.
I just didn’t like driving, and he always said, No, don’t go on, it’ll just be a nightmare.
And it was a nightmare for a couple of reasons.
I could feel the vibrations from the tires, but I was also getting a lot more vibrations in my back because I was so little.
It’s just like, Why am I even here?
And it got to the point where I was like: Oh, it would be great if I could just get in the car and drive around for a while, because I didn’ t want to go to school and get in trouble.
But he was very good with that.
He was really good with making the engine go faster.
ESPNAnd he made the engine run at a certain speed, and it could be up to 40 miles an hour.
So the engine would go a certain way, and when it went at a different speed, he would make the engine do it a different way.
So that was something that I just wanted to do because I just needed to go somewhere and be around.
I always loved to ride a motorcycle, but when I grew up, it wasn’t something that was really cool.
It just wasn’t something that, you know, I had an interest in.
ESPN Toms, who was in high school when she got into the circus, remembers being in a circus car.
ESPN, who is now an NFL broadcaster, was in the circus for about three years in the early ’80s.
I guess she got to see some of the big shows, too, but they were really hard.
She remembers being so young.
She says, I was always a little scared.
I never really had a chance to see a show, but my parents had a good relationship with the circus and they had lots of money.
So my dad and my parents would come up and buy us tickets and we’d go to these shows, and they’d just