Shane and Colton always got along, even though Colton was Shane's shadow. Growing up, they raced up and down the golf course, with Shane chasing Colton. We lived on a golf course then, and they would throw the ball for Shagger, our lab. It was always a contest to see who could throw farther. Everything was a competition: who could get dressed faster, clean there room faster, sell more gift wrapping paper for school. My neighbor, Darrel Starnes, was the one who taught the boys to ride bikes and build things. He is a general contractor. If anyone on the street did anything requiring tools, my boys were there. Matt can't change a light bulb, so I am thrilled the small neighborhood we were in had all these great Dad's to pick up the slack for Matt. Colton can take his golf apart, and all the neighbors call him when they need something.