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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Aaress!
What’s your favorite color?
What’s your favorite font?
Trebuchet. I love the way it looks, plus the French name is pretty cool, too!
Coffee or Tea?
Almost any kind of herbal tea — no sugar.
Cheesecake or Ice Cream?
Either! I’m allergic to dairy, so I’d love to eat either one!
What’s your favorite Bible verse?
“And in very deed for this cause have I raised thee up, for to shew in thee my power; and that my name may be declared throughout all the earth.” Exodus 9:16
Who is your favorite historical figure?
That’s tough to narrow down!
My favorite Bible historical character is Nehemiah. I can’t wait to sit down with this guy in heaven and have a nice long chat! I love how Max Lucado summed him up in Lucado’s introduction to the book of Nehemiah:
“You are about to meet the Abraham Lincoln of the Old Testament. A respected leader with a tender heart. You will see his tears in the oval office as he weeps for people oppressed and vulnerable.
You are about to meet the General George Patton of the Old Testament. A rugged leader. Intolerant of compromise. Relentless in demanding perfection.
You are about to meet the Winston Churchill of the Old Testament. A statesman. Tested and tried. Resisting the enemies who seek to lure him away from the task. Rising above the squabbling factions who could distract him.
The tenderness of Lincoln. The fire of Patton. The savvy of Churchill. All found in the same man. Nehemiah.”
As for modern history, Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower. A dedicated and brilliant man, Ike faced the challenge of being a leader during some of the most turbulent times in history. All the while, faithfully serving at his side, was the love of his life and always loyal helpmeet, Mamie.
What’s your favorite clothing store?
What hobbies do you enjoy when you’re not working?
Couponing, reading Michael Phillips novels and lots and lots of biographies, baking, watching epic sporting events, traveling, playing with new technology and apps, doing fun projects with my family, and catching up with friends.
What inspired you to work in public relations?
I love helping people reach their full potential and find true success—God’s success.
The best part of being a public relations consultant is……
Getting to work with so many amazing clients, businesses, and ministries. This job is NEVER boring and always has new adventures, learning opportunities, challenges, and very rewarding moments.