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1. Tell us about your dream job… one that you could do regardless of pay.
My dream job would to own my own photography business again and be able to fully devote myself. I had began that endeavor here before my cancer diagnosis but got scared after my diagnosis and gave up. Dumb decision. It has allowed me to think more on what direction I’d like to take my photography and while I haven’t settled fully, I do know I am not cut out for family/kids photography. I love the idea of engagement, senior, boudoir and commercial. We shall see what Vegas brings and if I take that leap again.
2. What is your most prized material possession (kids and pets don’t count!)?
Hmm….I think that would be a toss up between my photos/scrapbooks and my cameras. One is a record of all the wonderful memories that will far outlast me and the other is what allows me to record those memories.
3. What has been your favorite duty station and why?
Does it sound funny to say that I hope it is the upcoming one to Creech AFB, NV? I say that because we are likely to be there a very long time and it always make life smoother when you enjoy the duty station. Otherwise, I’d have to say here at Eglin AFB, FL. We’ve been here almost 5 years and have really planted roots. The beach is (was…oil spill) gorgeous but I truly think it is the people that have made it for me.
4. What is your least favorite household chore?
Cleaning the bathrooms, hence why it is Bryan’s job when he is home and I put it off as long as possible when he’s not.
5. If you could give one piece of advice to a teenager today (not specifically a MilTeen), what would it be?
Be true to yourself. Do not conform, don’t try to change your beliefs for someone else and don’t try to keep up with the Joneses.
Oh, and don’t open credit card accounts, they are the spawn of satan :). There is something to be said for being debt free.