1.What is the funniest thing you believed as a child?
My mother calling me a miniature version of her makes me laugh the most. Right now my mother and I live in two different states so thinking of her makes me teary eyed. But whenever I have phone conversations with her and we talk and she calls me a mini her, it makes me laugh every time.
2.What is the one talent you wish you had?
It depends on the season. In the winter and fall, I am a clean person because I feel super motivated and goal oriented so I want to keep everything clean and organized. But in the spring and summer I want to relax and have fun so I donâ€™t care too much if things are a mess. I really do change with the seasons and wax and wane like the moon.
3.Other than your family, who is your biggest supporter?
My strangest fear is a fear of teacups. Sometimes they can be very cute, but theyâ€™re so little and mysteriously chip and theyâ€™re always in a scary movie scene with a lady slowly sipping from a tea cup and the kettle whittling in the background. I know itâ€™s weird but teacups do freak me out sometimes. Beauty and the Beast was a little hard to watch if I am being totally honest.
4.What is the best costume you’ve ever worn for Halloween?
The absolute best topping/Ice Cream combination is salted caramel ice cream with coconut shavings. Itâ€™s cool and it reminds me of islands and the beach. That is my go to for stress relief if I want something sweet.
5.What song makes you 100% of the time want to dance?
I feel like I am truly myself when I am doing the things that I love. So whether itâ€™s playing the guitar, composing music, being in a lab, helping others with advice or charity, being in a lab, or commanding a team I really do feel at home and like I was made and designed to specifically be in this moment. It truly is the best feeling in the world.