A Closer Look With…
A Dover Dozen
Janine Bequette— 2011 |
What’s special about your hometown?
That I don’t have one. My dad and both grandpas retired from the US Air Force; I’m literally not from anywhere and my family is scattered throughout the USA. I have lived in Dover, Delaware, for 22 years and although not the prettiest place I’ve ever lived, it’s pretty awesome because we are close to so much — 2 hours in any direction and you can be in Philly, Baltimore, DC or at the beach or in the mountains; that’s pretty cool!
Sadie Boyette— 2011 |
What does your typical Friday night look like?
My Friday nights vary. Mostly I like spending time with my hubby and kids after a long work week. If the weather is nice, we try and do something outside. Riding bikes, hiking, and kayaking are some summer things we do often. We also love camping. We have a really nice camper so we go “glamping” a lot. During the winter months we sort of hibernate and watch Netflix and eat lots of snacks.
Karen Elliott— 2020 |
What song best describes your life? Why?
Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You) by Kelly Clarkson. I was diagnosed 5 years ago with Lupus and Sjogrens. Both of these cause daily symptoms, some easy to manage, some not so easy to manage. Each day I am grateful to wake up and accomplish everything I need to accomplish. It was a long road to get to my diagnosis. Those years remind me that I am better than I was and will continue to be better than I am. I also have a “Strength” tattoo that reminds me that I have what it takes to not let anything stop me or hold me down.
Lisa Rhodes— 2015 |
What first impression do you want to give people?
Hmm never really thought about it much because I typically try to avoid people; not a huge people-person and prefer to either be by myself or with my husband. But I suppose if I have to interact, I’d like to come across as friendly and approachable because when I finally get warmed up to someone I will go out of my way to give them the world, even at my own expense. It’s a blessing and a curse. 🙂
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