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About Me...


1. Are you named after anyone? No. Am actually the only child in the family to not even have a family members middle name.

2. When was the last time you cried? I couldn't tell you for sure, but I can tear up pretty easily...ha

3. Do you have kids? 3 little boys :D

4. If you were another person, would you be a friend of yourself? Yeah! of course.

5. Do you use sarcasm a lot? Uh… Yeah. Maybe more than I should! But only with people that know me really well.

6. Will you ever bungee-jump? definitely not. I just cant logically get myself convinced that their is ever a time to make a decision to do something like that, and not feel stupid about it.

7. What’s your favorite cereal? Sugary cereals: Froot loops or Trix, OH's!, Lucky Charms.   
Not so sugary ones: honey bunches of oats, bran flakes with honey, honey nut cheerios, Kellogg's Strawberry fields.

8. What’s the first thing you notice about people? How they carry themselves.

9. What is your eye color? medium green

10. Scary movie or happy endings? happy endings.

11. Favorite smells?dessert baking, campfire,  babies straight from the tub!, my husband wearing his original scent 'Crush' cologne ;)

12. Summer or winter? Summer

13. Computer or television? Computer. Not a crazy show watching fanatic so I would rather be able to search, contact others, and create things on the computer.

14. What’s the furthest you’ve ever been from home? country-- Italy (Venice, Milan, Rome, Florence, Vatican City)...and Switzerland. 

15. Do you have any special talents? Soccer & softball growing up. Enjoy painting & crafting.

16. Where were you born? California

17. What are your hobbies? Crafts, Exercise, baking, sewing

18. Do you have any pets? No

19. Favorite movie?  I really dont have ONE, but I do enjoy a good action movie or disney movies

20. Do you have any siblings? Yes… One older sister and one younger sister & brother.

21. What do you want to be when you grow up? Great wife & Mother.

I found the questions and facts below to be very interesting. I wont answer them here, but if anyone wants to know...you can email me ;)

1. What or who would you be if you knew you couldn’t fail?

The risk of failure terrifies most people. How many times have you wanted to change jobs or careers, move to a new city, promote a cause that is important you, or become an expert in a certain area? Think about it. No risk of failure.
If you were 100% certain that you could be or do anything you wanted and not fail, do you know the answer?
A:  Artist, Business owner, First grade teacher...

2. What is your Ninety-Second Personal Elevator Speech?

Probably the most important and poorly answered question in most job interviews, this is similar in nature. You can certainly include your career or career accomplishments in your personal speech, but think of this from the perspective of how you might answer this if you were making a new friend or going on a first date with someone.
How would you describe yourself so that the person asking the question would truly understand who you are and what is important to you?

A: I am a very honest, hard-working, and passionate person. I enjoy the company of others and trying new things.

3. What are your core personal values?

Personal values are the things that you believe are important in the way you live. They give you a reference for what is good, beneficial, important, useful, desirable, and constructive. Once you are able to determine exactly what values are most important to you, you can better determine your priorities.
In fact, having this information about yourself is the key to making sure your daily life is aligned with those values. If you need help defining your personal values, there is a great five-minute assessment tool here.

4. What makes you genuinely happy?

This one is closely related to your core personal values. However, ask yourself this question once you’ve really nailed down what those values are.
For example, if family is one of your core personal values, will taking a job that involves tons of travel make you happy? Take it a step further and really consider dreams you had when you were younger or currently have about what will make you truly happy.

5. If money were no object, how would you live your life differently?

Many people equate happiness and success directly to the amount of money they have. How many times have you heard someone say, “If I hit the lottery, I’d…”
But remember, this question isn’t really about money at all. It’s more about thinking outside the limits we tend to put on our aspirations and actions because things seem out of our reach financially.
You may not be able to do those exact things, but once you know what those true desires are, you expand your thinking and begin to develop a plan to work towards goals you may have never imagine.

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