We decided to introduce the Simply Renee Staff this month. Since it is our birthday we figured it would be a great month to introduce us. We’re a pretty small staff so their will be one per week with a total of four! We’ll also be introducing drawings so make sure you read it :-) Since this was my idea I get to go first, and I discovered it’s pretty hard to write about yourself.
So here I go…
I grew up in a family of 5. I have one older sister and a younger brother and yes I believe in MCS (Middle Child Syndrome). I actually was very lucky I have a wonderful family and I’ve loved watching it grow. I now have a brother in law, two nephews and a wonderful fiancée!
Nathan and Me- Can’t wait until Oct. 8!
I graduated with a BS degree (ha ha I love writing that) in Health Promotion and now I’m currently working on a Masters in Public Administration. I have absolutely no clue what I want to be when I grow up so I’m determined to just not grow up.
I’ve been working at Simply Renee Inc. for over 2 1/2 years now. I’ve learned a lot and it’s been so much fun meeting new people. It’s motivated me to scrapbook more and now I want to learn how to sew. I’m slightly scared of this new desire but I can’t wait to start!
The Mini is perfect for photos, cards, stamps, fabric and so much more. I’m currently in the process of decorating a Clip it Up for my kitchen. I’m going to use it to hold all my recipes. I’ll show you pictures once I get it all done.
Now that you’ve read all about me I’m excited to announce our contest for the week! Add a comment to this post about your favorite quote. Make sure to include your name and check back on Friday July 9 to see who the winner is. The winner will be picked randomly.
For example: My favorite quote is a silly one but it has helped me smile countless times. “Some people in life are like slinkies, not really good for anything but they bring a smile to your face when pushed down the stairs”. A fellow intern emailed me this quote while I was working as a congressional intern in Washington D.C. and I bet you can only imagine how many slinkies there are in Congress :-)