If you were an ice cream flavor, what would you be?
I am a vanilla lover according to the official ice cream survey. Which is true to life. It may be a bland option to some but vanilla is a great base to add add fun toppings to especially when it is vanilla bean ice cream!! Yummy!
If you were a YouTube star, what would you be famous for?
Would love to be a dancing youtuber so I can embarrass my teenagers.
What is the strangest thing you’ve ever eaten?
Conch shell on our honeymoon in Key West, FL.
What is something you’d like to learn or do in your life?
Definitely travel. Near and far. I love to hike/bike and learn the local history of wherever I am. My brain may not hold that info for too long, but at least I enjoy it while I am there!
Choosing anyone in the world, who would you like to have as a dinner guest and why?
My maternal grandparents who passed when I was in college. I would love to talk to them about life in general and family history.
My hubby (a huge Michigan football fan) and I have been married for 22 years. We enjoy our small town of North Liberty, IN and have lived there for 11 years. If you are in town stop by Over the Top Bakery. Their apple fritters are the bomb!! Our daughter, Taylor, is a high school senior and is applying for colleges. She is a smart cookie and we can’t wait to see where her future leads. Our son, Max, is enjoying being the big man on campus at his junior high. He loves anything social: sports, Fortnite, and hanging out with friends. Our dog, Jet, and our cat, Seraphina, run the household. My hubby teases me about being “solar powered,” but sleep is so good, right? I have a BS from Indiana University in Business, Marketing/Advertising and Management. I chose to stay home with our kiddos after leaving a job I truly enjoyed - designing business forms. After being at home for 17 years I decided it was finally time to contribute to something bigger than our little household. This decision led me to the part-time position I have at the University of Notre Dame - Staff Assistant for the Arts and Letters Communications office.