Before I start these, I must admit, I “borrowed” the FAQs directly from my brother’s blog (with my own answers, of course).  Hey . . why reinvent the wheel?  All of my blogs are original!

Where are you from?

The R-I-C baby!  Ha ha ha!!!  In college, I had a bunch of friends from Augusta, Georgia, and they referred to it as the A-U-G.  So I thought I’d try it.  I was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia.  What’s that?  Don’t I still live in Richmond?  Yes, but before you go making assumptions, let me help you out.  I left at age 17 to go to college, and swore I’d never come back.  I came back at age 24 for a 1 year clerkship, and, lo and behold, liked it and ended up staying.  So I’ve been out there, seen a few things, and THEN came back (I highly encourage it).

Where’d you go to school?

Any Richmonder knows that this question usually indicates your high school.  I graduated from what was then the Governor’s School for Government & International Studies, now called the Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School.  I was in the inaugural class (“First to Survive, Class of ___”), yes, when there were no textbooks on the first day of school.  It was wild!   After that, I went to that wonderful institution in Atlanta, Georgia known as Spelman College.  It was the best 4 years I could’ve had in college, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything!  I wrapped up my education at the University of Michigan Law School.  What?  She’s a lawyer?  Maybe.  Or maybe I just play one on tv :-).

What do you do?

I work.  Hard.  It’s fun.   The end.  I do relationship management for a Fortune 500 financial services company.  I manage large relationships with key partners (not individuals, but companies).  It’s interesting.

What church do you go to?

Faith & Family Church, where we are “Living by Faith and Building Godly Families.”  What, do you really know your church’s motto like that?  Yep, it’s like that!  I love my church family.  We are growing and doing wonderful things, and you should come check us out if you’re in town!

What are some of your favorites?

Favorite Quotes:

“I want, by understanding myself, to understand others.  I want to be all that I am capable of becoming.”  ~Katherine Mansfield

“Trust God from the bottom of your heart; don’t try to figure out everything on your own.  Listen for God’s voice in everything you do, everywhere you go;  He’s the one who will keep you on track.:  ~Proverbs 3:5-6 (The Message)

Favorite Teams:

How ’bout ‘dem Cowboys?!?

That Maize & Blue (University of Michigan)

FFC Warriors (my husband’s flag football team)


6 thoughts on “FAQs

  1. Veronica says:

    I heard you had a blog, I just accessed it this morning and signed up. Congratulations, it’s very inspiring! Just when I am growing weary and trying to figure out what am I supposed to be doing with my walk in faith and christianity or what’s next? I stumble upon your blog and was blessed. I just downloaded the book you mentioned “The Christian Atheist” to my kindle on my phone, and can’t wait to start reading. Thanks.~Veronica, FFC


  2. Big Sis says:

    Hey R.I.C baby, this is big sis, i’m so proud of you. you are an inspiration. keep your head up, stay strong and keep God 1st as I know you have and will. love you much. T


  3. Dad says:

    Just because you’ve created a blog, doesn’t make you an adult. Okay, maybe the amazing daughter of a very proud father – – – but (still) not an adult.
    Luv ya’ . Dad


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