Most memorable childhood moment: So many to choose from! But this one will always stick out to me. I was a child of the 80s, which of course meant that my sisters and I had a crimper. We came up with this brilliant idea to crimp our Barbies' hair. Well, that didn't turn out too well for the Barbies and melted their hair right off. And sadly, our crimper was never the same.
Your best physical feature: My smile. A shout out goes to my orthodontist for that one!
Your best quality: I am a great secret keeper. Don't even try to get it out of me.
Why are you ready to find Mr. Right?: Why wait?
What would your last boyfriend say about you?: He'd probably say something along the lines of, "I'm absolutely devastated! Living life without her is just pointless, and clearly I can't go on any longer. (long sigh, tear wipe...)"
Most embarrassing moment?: The most recent one would have to be when I accidentally set off the emergency alarm in the elevator. At work. Of a 38th floor building. In a very crowded elevator. Oh, and it was Monday morning. What a great start to the week!
Greatest accomplishment so far: As Mr. Sinatra sings, "If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere..." Having lived and worked in New York City for a few years now, I think I can "make it anywhere."
What is one of your quirks?: If you found me awake in my apartment at 2:00 in the morning, there's a good chance I've fallen into one of my spontaneous deep-cleaning sprees. No seriously, toothbrush in hand.
Worst Date: (Disclaimer: The guy did plan this date, it was just a series of unfortunate events that were out of his control.) My friend set me up with this guy she taught with at the MTC. The plan was to go to the hot pots in Midway, UT. The short version of things: his friends got there about an hour late (they had the firewood for the fire); our tinfoil dinners only cooked half way before we had to leave; we got to Provo Canyon five minutes after it closed for the night for construction (yes, that's how long ago I was at BYU); we drove all the way back through Midway, Provo and Salt Lake City before finally getting to Provo. Poor guy---he kept apologizing and none of it was his fault. Needless to say, when he dropped me off was the last time we saw each other.
Best Date: My favorite dates are ones that are just fun, without too much fanfare (this does not mean unplanned). All I need is good conversation, good food, and lots of laughing.
What did you study in school and why? Where did you go to college?:
I went to BYU and studied Advertising & Marketing Communications. My older and wiser sister was actually the one who suggested that I try it. Turns out I loved it!
What is one thing that not a lot of people know about you that you want to share here with the world?: I have this life-long desire to visit all the countries whose names end in "-land". Like Thailand, Iceland, Swaziland...And I've already knocked a few off the list.