1.Tell us a funny story about a date night out with your husband.
I will always remember one of our very first dates after having our first child. We had planned for the night for weeks and assured ourselves we would finally once again dine in a fancy restaurant complete with top notch wardrobe. Well, that night finally came, and it went nowhere close to how we envisioned it. By the time date night finally came, we were both so exhausted from caring for the baby that we decided to just do take out in sweats and found ourselves in the middle of Target finding pleasure in finally doing some shopping sans the baby!
2.What are the (2) most important things in your kitchen and why?
Most important things in my kitchen would be our fridge and our countertop. Being a wife and a mom to 2 teenage boys, our fridge is our life line. I love to cook and the fridge is our holy grail for keeping fresh and nutritious meals to keep everyone fed however many times a day that may be! My other important part of my kitchen is our bar countertop. Though we have a dining table, we seem to always use the countertop to eat, share about our days, and even family meetings. It is definitely the central part of our home. Many family talks have been made around our kitchen counter if it can only talk!
3.What do people assume about you that isn’t true?
People assume that I am an extrovert due to the fact that I am always doing appearances and events. However I am actually an introvert. Someone who needs to recharge after every social outing. I believe it is essential to recharge my batteries to be the best I can be.
4.Tell us a time you demonstrated leadership skills.
Being a business owner I am demonstrating leadership skills on a daily basis with my staff and clients. In my business of geriatric care, many families look to me for advice and direction when it comes to their aging love one which requires much planning and execution.
5.If you had no fear, what would you try?
If I had no fear, I would try everything! However one thing definitely on the top of that list is to travel in some of the most impoverished areas of the world…in countries that present itself as aggressive such as areas of South America and Africa. I believe that those places are in much higher need when it comes to aid and resources for the families that live there.