I saw that former Baylor president Herbert Reynolds died on Friday.

I was instantly taken back to an afternoon class at law school where I had sat for half of a semester by a very attractive girl. Finally, I overheard one of her conversations and discovered that she was the daughter of Reynolds who was at that time the president of the university.

I hardly ever talked to her. She was pretty cute. That was enough to intimidate me.

But I managed to utter the words, "I didn't know you were the president's daughter."

"You never asked," came her reply.