1. Where are you from?
Somewhat of an Army brat here. I was born in Sacramento California and then moved around a lot, finally settling in Bountiful during junior high which is where I have pretty much stayed since.
2. What is your high school mascot?
Home of the Braves!!
3. When did you join Dr. Pam Enterprises?
I started working for Dr Pam on July 19th, 2011 I think…maybe 2010? Either way this is the longest I have ever stayed at the same place and I don’t forsee that changing ever. I love UDP and all that comes with it. I am sooo proud of where I choose to spend my working hours!
4. What is your favorite book?
Hmmm… I have so, so many! I love to read but if I had to pick just one, it would probably be The Giver by Lois Lowery. Distopia is my favorite type of book.
5. Favorite song?
Swing Life Away by Rise Against. I am not a fan of Rise Against; but that song speaks to my soul.
6. Favorite film?
Grease with John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. I’ve loved it since I was 10. I really love all musicals.
7. Favorite color?
Pink!!! Hot pink, baby pink, neon pink, fuchsia… I mean all pinks.
8. Favorite food?
Sandwiches, I mean come on you can make anything into a sandwich if you put it between 2 pieces of bread. I love me a good samich!
9. What was the name of your very first pet?
I had a ferret named Joey that I bought myself with babysitting money. I used to walk him around the neighborhood on a leash.
10. Where is your “favorite place” in the world?
My all time favorite place is in the mountains with my dogs. I’m so glad I live close enough to go often.
11. Where is your favorite vacation spot?
New Orleans! Love that place. You can literally feel the history in the air.
12. Complete this sentence, “One day I will see…”
“…my house and yard all fixed up. It’s a long, slow process but I’m working on it.”
13. What sound/noise do you love?
My kids talking and laughing together. They almost speak their own language and always have. I just love how close they are.
14. Share a word or quote that is special to you.
“I know you think you understand what you thought I said but I’m not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant”
by Alan Greenspan
I have always loved this quote, it’s a good reminder that communication takes work.