Let’s give a big warm welcome to our newest employees, Lauren and Camille! Instead of boring you with their really awesome backgrounds and resumes, we figured we’d just get straight to the good stuff!
My Bloody Valentine is up there for me. I got the chance to see them in 2008 and it was an absolutely surreal experience. It’s either that show or when Del tha Funky Homosapien did a free show at my college -- that was especially cool because it was such an intimate show, and his energy was unlike anything I’ve witnessed before or since.
I’m dying to go to Southeast Asia. Thailand, Vietnam, India, and Cambodia are all on my bucket list! The architecture, the food, the culture...I could get carried away just thinking about it.
I’m ridiculously good at parallel parking. There’s no one better at it. Seriously. I’d win the Olympic gold medal if it was a thing. Definitely would be a Summer Olympics event, for sure. It sucks though because my event would be on in the middle of the night so no one would even see my parallel parking glory in my home country. SIGH.
Snoop Dogg. There’s no way dinner with that guy wouldn’t be both hilarious and fascinating.
Michelle Obama. I’m completely in awe of her grace in spite of how much her family has been through. And I love when she shows flashes of her strength and vulnerability -- she’s a real inspiration.
Brené Brown. She’s a researcher out of the University of Houston doing absolutely incredible and fascinating work around courage, vulnerability, shame and empathy.
Napoleon Bonaparte. I think that selection speaks for itself.
Magenta, most likely. I’m vibrant, deep and emotional. This is a totally arbitrary answer, but it feels right.
It’s a toss-up between the Eagles and the Rolling Stones.
Those in Peril by my favorite author Wilbur Smith.
Shrek, it’s a cinematic masterpiece!
Freddie Mercury, Harry Styles, Tom Hanks, and Mel Brooks.