Little Known Facts About Me

  • ‘Oh, Darling!’  by  The Beatles is my favorite song. I will belt it whenever I hear it. Try me.
  • My favorite musical of all time is Fiddler on the Roof. Out of my list of dream roles I’d like to play on stage, Tzeitel (the eldest daughter) is #1, followed by a bride in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, which I got the chance to play in 2007.
  • I play with my food: I am known to make pictures, people, and designs using the food on my plate. At weddings, I make a bride and groom out of my leftovers.
  • I have had the same ringtone since sophomore year of high school. It’s ‘Wouldn’t it Be Nice?’ by the Beach Boys. I’m so used to it that I will answer my phone when I hear the song come on the radio.
  • I ran for President of McKinney North High School’s International Thespian Society Troupe and tied, then after a re-vote I lost by one vote. Still kind of bitter about that…
  • I have a re-occurring dream featuring Nick Jonas. I am not obsessed with him or any other Jonas Brother and am quite confused as to why he visits me so often…
  • I didn’t start wearing make-up until the end of my sophomore year of college. I still only wear eyeliner and mascara. If I tried anything else I’d probably look like a circus clown.
  • I have a birthmark on my neck that Haley doesn’t. It’s kind of faint so we’ve never used it to help people tell us apart.
  • When the time comes, I’d like to give birth naturally and without an epidural (When I actually do go into labor I may change my mind, ha).
  • I’ve taken five years of sewing classes. I can quilt, embroider, mend, cross-stitch, etc. However, I never learned how to knit.
  • I can remember every occupation I ever wanted to have in chronological order: mother, detective (more specifically, Nancy Drew), Broadway actress, civil rights activist, forensic scientist, geneticist, computer technician, business woman, stock broker, real estate broker. The one job that never never changed was mother.

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