A: 3 weeks (She is our new Training Coordinator/HR Assistant)
A: My family.
A: Any place with no kids, just my husband.
A: Channing Tatum, to just be here so we could all look at him.
A: Buy my mom a house that she could have all her family at.
A: Shop with no interruptions.
A: 1) Rude people 2) Smacking food
A: A blanket with pictures of all my kids.
A: I don’t watch TV.
A: Availability – Willingness to change my schedule and priorities to meet a need
A: 12 years. DSP and DSPS.
A: Having my children (Daughter 28, Daughter 24, and Son 20).
A: John Travolta to line dance to one of the songs from Urban Cowboy.
A: A house.
A: Go on a cruise.
A: 1) people that don’t wash their hands 2) not filling up the ice trays when you empty them
A: A beautiful ring.
A: Compassion – Helping those in need.
A: 2 years – DSP and DSPS
A: Kiss – to sing to me all day.
A: A house (I want to own one by 35 years of age)
A: Spend time with my family.
A: 1) Talking with your mouth full 2) not cleaning up after yourself
A: My kids and my wife.
A: Bad Girl Club
A: Positivity – Maintaining a good attitude, even when faced with difficulty
A: A year and a half, DSP.
A: My three grandsons!
A: John Wayne to show me the ropes of being a cowboy.
A: A new vehicle – anything Chevy.
A: Master trainer at leadership training.
A: 1) Bullies 2) People using the “R” word
A: All my gifts are equally great.
A: Westerns – old and new.
A: Compassion – Helping those in need
A: 6 weeks – DSP
A: I get to go home everyday knowing I’ve helped someone that needed it.
A: To an island – Hawaii
A: Denzel Washington – to bathe me.
A: A mansion.
A: Shop all day.
A: 1) If someone urinates on the toilet seat 2) leaving trash everywhere
A: My children.
A: American Horror Story
A: Trustworthiness – Gaining the confidence of others by demonstrating reliability
A: 6 months – DSP and ADSPS
A: My Family
A: Terrance Howard, just to hang out.
A: I would finish buying my house.
A: Take my family to Disney World.
A: 1) When you don’t put stuff where you get it from 2) When people don’t mind their own business or say something that was never said
A: My 3 kids.
A: Initiative – Recognizing and doing what needs to be done before I am asked to do it