Team Spotlight: Kelly
This week, we are highlighting Kelly, our amazing face at the front for so many years.
What is the one thing you cannot resist? Old dogs and chocolate covered pretzels – Coffee and Pizza get an honorable mention.
What is your greatest fear? Failure. Failing myself and/ or the expectations of others.
Where is your favorite place to be? On my couch curled up with a book, cup of coffee and one of my hounds (or doing ANYTHING with my horses).
Where is the best place you’ve traveled to and why? I find myself in the mountains, the peace of it speaks to my soul and I feel rejuvenation when I am there.
Tell us something that might surprise us about you. I have 5 horses, 2 donkeys, 2 hounds, 1 pitmix and in unrelated business I have a pacemaker.
What are you up to most weekends? Most of the time I am doing something horse related, riding with friends, trailering somewhere for a new adventure, or just enjoying some quiet time at home with all my creatures.
If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? Stop second guessing myself
If you won the lottery, what is the first thing you would do? Pay off my house and student loans
When you have 30 minutes of free-time, how do you pass the time? If I am at home, I love to nap or read or take one of my hounds for a walk.
What is the first concert you attended? Aerosmith
What music is on your iPhone/Android phone? My music choice depends on the mood, so my phone features a variety – I have an appreciation for all different types and I LOVE live music.
What chore do you absolutely hate doing? I DETEST running the vacuum.
What is something you learned in the last week? “Horses create an oxytocin boost – Neurochemistry effect not only the human’s response to the animal but also the way in which humans interact with other people in the vicinity – referred to as the “area of effect.” – Halberg, 2017
What’s your favorite indoor/outdoor activity? Reading, riding my horses, walking, hiking, attempting to do the fun craft projects I see on Pinterest.
What are 3 words you’d use to describe CDHP? Kind, Caring, and Compassionate