Well, she’s darn near perfect. Jessica is kind-hearted, thoughtful and inquisitive. Helpful beyond measure. She wears many hats and commands authority with a warm smile and a soft request. And in a pinch, can unload a cabinet truck in the rain, wrestle a time card from David Siegel and whip up an amazing, gluten-free office dessert. She’s our very own blessing.
In a candid interview with Jessica, Twin discovered the following:
- What is your favorite ice cream flavor? Mint chocolate chip!
- What is one thing you do every day? I love cooking dinner every day that I can. It’s a fun, creative release to put on a favorite playlist and hang out in the kitchen with my husband. He’s the best sous chef there is!
- If you had an extra hour every day what would you do with it? Can it be at sunset? If so, I’d spend it somewhere on the water with my husband and our dog, River – taking time to stop and be still from the bustle of life.
- If you could be any animal which one would you prefer to be and why? I think I’d want to be a horse – they’re strong but also gentle and intuitive…a mix of characteristics I admire.
- Who are your two biggest heroes? My mom and dad. They’re the most beautiful picture of selfless sacrifice, love, and perseverance. They’ve taught me what it means to love deeply with the love of Christ and have shown me so much grace. They also made growing up such a fun adventure!
- What song makes you want to get up and sing? ‘Let’s Stay Together’ by Al Green & ‘This Will Be An Everlasting Love’ by Natalie Cole
- What is your favorite thing about your job? I love being involved in the details of so many processes at Twin. I also love my co-workers! I get to work with some of the most awesome, encouraging, and fun people each day.
- What is your biggest fear? I hate roaches.
- What was your favorite childhood game to play? Anything I could imagine or create – I often had so many imaginary friends, it was impossible to keep them straight.
- What’s the best trip you have ever taken? Several trips to India. God taught me so much through the people and way of life in a culture so different from my own.