1) What is your favorite color?
2) What is your favorite activity outside of the workplace?
I enjoy kayaking - I love being out on the water. I also love Zumba - I used to dance for 10+ years and it's a great form of exercise.
3) If you had unlimited funds, where would you go/what would you do?
I want to say that I've been to all 50 states. I've also never been on a cruise before, so I would go to the Islands
4) What is your favorite sports team(s)?
Jacksonville Jaguars - My entire family is from Jacksonville, Florida and a family member is the mascot for the team.
5) What character (tv/movie/etc) is most like you?
I would say the character I am most like would be Rose Nylund from the Golden Girls. I try to be nice to everyone and I take it personally if someone doesn't like me. People think I'm funny when I'm not trying to be. I also tell stories a lot (like she does about her hometown).
6) What movie could you watch over and over again? And why?
Burlesque - I love any movie with dancing and a love story. I have the soundtrack to the movie and listen to it in my car all the time; always makes me have a good day.
7) What animal would you be, and why?
I would like to be a bird, because I would love to be able to fly and see the world.
8) What do you think is the secret to a good life?
I think treating people the way you want to be treated is the biggest secret to having a good life.
9) What is your favorite quote?
“You've gotta dance like there's nobody watching, Love like you'll never be hurt, Sing like there's nobody listening, And live like it's Heaven on Earth" - William W. Purkey
10) Tell us something fun about yourself!
In 11th grade of high school, I went on a mission trup for 10 days to Honduras to give free outpatient surgery at a local clinic there. My job was to do pre-op and post-op (take blood pressure, temperature, etc). While I was there I took out IVs and assisted with a couple of surgeries. Towards the end of the 10 days, we began to run out of anesthesia, but the people needed surgery so bad that they agreed to have the surgery without it. The patients were in and out in around 2 hours and walked out thanking us so much for doing the surgery. It was one of the most humbling experiences of my life.