In your opinion, can a hot dog be classified as a sandwich? As long as it has mustard and onion, absolutely.
If a movie was made of your life, what genre would it be and who would play you? A cartoon starring Foghorn Leghorn would be appropriate.
When I dance, I look like… One of those two story inflatable tube people at car dealerships and cell phone stores.
What is your favorite kind of cereal?
Do you have a favorite family tradition?
Christmas dinner, hands down.
What is something you admire about The Whitney House? ORA Award winning owner, Ian Brown. I wouldn’t be where I am today without him taking a chance on me 10 years ago. He’s the best!
What is your all time best halloween costume? April the giraffe; I had a big obsession with her.
Do you have a favorite family tradition? We go bowling on the last day of summer break before school starts, and we eat donuts EVERY Saturday morning for breakfast.
When you dance, what do you look like? A pop icon! Hahaha.
What is your favorite cereal? Frosted Shredded Wheat (Kroger brand)
When I dance, I look like… I know exactly what I am doing.
What is something you admire about The Whitney House? That we’re one big family.
Do you have a favorite family tradition? Each year, my family gets together for our annual “Cookie Day” when we bake all sorts of holiday treats. Part of the tradition? We always get Wendy’s for lunch.
How do you like your eggs? Scrambled… like my song requests, ha!
What is something you admire about The Whitney House? I love how much the entire staff respects each other and our guests. I also love how even on days off, Whitney House staff members will stop in and join us for a meal.
In your opinion, can a hot dog be classified as a sandwich? Hell no, unless the bun is in two pieces.
Do you have a favorite family tradition? Christmas shenanigans. Making peanut butter fudge with my nana, putting the luminaries out with my dad, breakfast with my mom and sisters.
What is something you admire about The Whitney House? The connection we have with our guests. It feels as if everyone that walks through our doors is an extended family member.