If you could have dinner with someone who is dead or alive, who would it be and why?
I would love to have the opportunity to sit down with my grandmother who passed away seven years ago. Not only was she hilarious, but as a mother to five children I would like to hear some of her life lessons as my family continues to grow!
What is one thing on your bucket list?
Travel to Fiji
What one movie could you watch over and over again?
Dirty Dancing or The Notebook
Who’s your biggest fan?
My husband, hands down. He has watched me succeed and has seen me fail and is always there to cheer me on or help me get back on my feet.
What did you eat for breakfast this morning?
Peanut butter and English muffin
If you could only take one physical item with you on a deserted island, what it would be?
What cheers you up?
My daughter – her laugh is contagious!
How do you de-stress?
Plug in and go for a run or a good shopping trip may do the trick.
If you could live in any period of history, when would it be?
I would say the 1870’s – I always watched Little House on the Prairie growing up. It would be humbling to live life so simply and electronic-free as they did.
“What’s meant to be will always find its way.”