What's the most sensible thing you've ever heard someone say?
I am most proud of how I use my talents to be of service. Whether I'm giving a powerful poetry performance, presenting a positive news story or representing my state as the goodwill ambassador; I'm grateful my talent allows me to uplift others worldwide.
What gets you excited about life?
My Grandma Sweetie is my hero. Even on her long days, she started my twin sister and I on our queendom pathway by instilling in us the importance of kindness. She is the epitome of grace and taught it's not a contradiction to be beautiful inside and out.
If you had to teach something what would you teach?
My most prized possession is the 13 inch steel rod placed in my back during my spinal fusion. It's a reminder that the surgery may have shattered my dancing dreams, however it redirected me to a wonderful television career and led me to write a book that empowers others.
How old would you be if you didn't know how old you are?
My husband Sir and I mentored and taught more than one hundred children traditional and social literary skills in a high school. During the workshops which led us to start our non-profit, our students starting affectionately calling me Mrs. Sir. It still makes me smile to this day.
What is your idea of a fun date night?
As Fall signals the changing of leaves, so has the season changed me. My connection with Fall first blossomed by being born on Thanksgiving. Also, Sir's birthday and our marriage began in Fall. Just as every leaf has splendor and variety, I'm grateful for this time of transformation.