ps; this picture is from two summers ago... throwback yo.
What is your dream job?
//To be a designer. I dream of making clothes at night. Or a personal shopper. Or to own a thrift store.
Where do you want to live in 5 years?
//I’d really like to live in the Pacific North West (Portland or Seattle). Or the East Coast such as Washington DC. We’ll just have to see where Robbie’s future job takes us!
Can I come thrift shopping with you someday (you find the best clothes!)? :)
//YES! I seriously would love to take anyone thrifting :)
I am dying to know the art of thrifting! How do you know if something will work? How to alter it?
//My mom always says, “you just have an eye for it.” And I think it’s kind of true. I look for patterns, details, textures, and unique differences. When I go thrifting, I look in every department and in every size. With altering, I’ve always just guessed to be completely honest. I’ll put it on and see what needs to be fixed and fix it.
How many kids do you plan on having?
//2, 4, or 6. Only even numbers ;)
Would you like to move out of Idaho once you graduate?
//YES. I’m ready.
What kind of shampoo do you use?
//I’ve been cursed with dandruff. Head and shoulders baaaaby.
5 best things about being married?
//Being with my best friend every day, shnuggling, not having to deal with roommates (can I get an amen?), laughing at how silly Rob is, date nights.
Any regrets on not serving a mission?
//I really wanted to. But I always told myself that if the opportunity came to get married—I would. I think that being a wife and mother is so important and it came before going on a mission. That being said, just because I don’t have a badge on my chest doesn’t mean that I can’t preach the gospel. I will always be a disciple of Christ and I can proclaim his gospel anywhere.
Where did your hubby serve his mission?
//Mother Russia (Samara, Russia to be axact)