Most memorable childhood moment: When I was five, I had a birthday party at McDonald's. It doesn't take much to make a kid happy. Also, the best part of my childhood was having four sisters to play with. We came up with all sorts of different games and also loved playing outside, rollerskating, riding our bikes and scooters and all other sorts of fun contraptions we had as kids.
Your best physical feature: My hair, I come from a long line of good hair genes.
Your best quality: My honesty. If you want an opinion, I'll give it to you straight.
Why are you ready to find Mr. Right?: Going on lots of dates has helped me see which qualities are a good fit for me. I think I have a pretty good grasp on what I'm looking for and I am ready for this journey to find true love!
What would your last boyfriend say about you?: He would say that I was the best thing that ever happened to him... and then he met his wife.
Most embarrassing moment?: Hm, let's see, well I've taken a couple good spills. In high school I was walking up the stairs with a bag of cheetos in my hand. It was a crowded staircase with people all around. I tripped and fell on my face and cheetos went flying everywhere. Other than that I don't have anything too embarrassing well um actually I think I do, but I'm not going to share it on this website. I'll save that moment to share later.
Greatest accomplishment so far: Being the very favorite aunt to my 11 nieces and nephews. (Don't tell my four sisters, but I'm pretty sure I'm the favorite :)
What is one of your quirks?: I like to wear flip-flops year round. After growing up for 10 years in California, I still consider myself a California girl at heart.
Worst Date: One time I went on a blind date and he picked me up in the family mini van. And his entire family was actually in the mini van. Yep it was a blind date with the whole family!
Best Date: My date took me on a helicopter ride over Salt Lake City and temple square. Very Bachelorette-like, don't you think? That's going to be hard to beat, but don't worry, I'm always down for dinner and a movie too, best time to get all snuggly!
Did you serve a mission?: I did serve a mission in Belgium. If so where did you go and what would the elders say about you?: The elders would say, Elle est tres gentille et elle a travaille tres dur au cours de sa mission. (That's right, I speak French, the language of love!)
What did you study in school and why? Where did you go to college?: First I went to BYU and studied broadcast journalism. After I graduated, I ended up working in a medical office. I loved the healthcare industry so much, I decided to go back to school for dental hygiene. I thought it would be rewarding to interact with patients on a daily basis and it is.
What is one thing that not a lot of people know about you that you want to share here with the world?: When I was at BYU, I got into the Police Beat section of the newspaper. The story was so good, it made it into the best of Police Beat for the year. If you want details, ask me on our date!