Ladies, today I’m sharing a blog reader turned friend with you!! Kathryn and I have become dear friends. She e-mailed me about a year ago about some Rodan + Fields’ products. We started communicating about that. Then a few months later she signed up on my team as a consultant! We met up in person and have become fast friends. She’s just as darling in person as she appears online. And…she’s gorgeous! Kathryn doesn’t blog, but she does post on Instagram where she shares her life, fashion, and much more. You can find her here. Let me introduce you to Miss Kathryn….
My name is Kathryn Andres and I’m from Dallas, Texas. I am the Office Manager for a construction/mining company in Dallas and am also a Consultant on Erika’s Rodan + Fields team. I am a member at Park Cities Baptist Church and a graduate from Dallas Baptist University. And now get ready to read about my crazy. 🙂
KATHRYN!!! THIS is crazy!!! hahaha!
I have an obsession with Chick Fil A. See #4 below. Half and half tea is my favorite…and have you tried their regular iced coffee? If not, go now and get one. It’s life changing. (This is embarrassing, but I have been known to eat 7 consecutive meals at CFA!) I went to college at Dallas Baptist University and it was only about 30 minutes away from where I grew up. Since dorm rooms are tiny and I had share a closet, I would leave a lot of things at home (costumes for events, winter clothes when it was warm, etc.) and then conveniently I would ask my mom to come and bring something to me. It usually happened on a Wednesday (because I’d need something by the weekend), so it became a thing that my mom would always come to campus on Wednesday and bring me whatever I needed from home. So of course I was going to hit her up for free lunch and, at the time, the only decent quick restaurant near campus was Chick Fil A. Pretty much all my friends knew to walk by my office at school right at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday if they, too, wanted a free lunch.
I’m weird about eating alone too. Call me next time…I’ll eat with you. 🙂 But…sitting alone at church doesn’t bother me.
I either have gel polish on or nothing. I hate, hate, hate chipped polish, so the first sign of a chip, I peel it off like crazy (and I am terrible at leaving a trail and leaving remnants of polish in the seat of every vehicle…oops!)
I just looked down to see crazy chipped nail polish on my nails. I’m adding that to my to-do list. 🙂
I am guilty of buying something and then rebuying it if it goes on sale and I haven’t used it yet and it’s out of the “price matching” window.
Hahahaha!!! This is hilarious!
I hate going to the movies. Even as a kid, my mom would beg me to go to the movies (and shopping, but thankfully I got over that one) and I wouldn’t go.
What? You don’t like going to the movies?? Maybe it’s because you don’t eat the popcorn. I’m not sure I’d like movies without the popcorn either.
I’m a big believer in wearing a dress to church on Sunday’s. I’m not sure why…maybe because in high school we went to church on Saturday nights or maybe because I wear work clothes all week, needless to say, I’m always in a dress on Sunday morning.
I always carry my phone to the bathroom or in the elevator at work. I get to work early every morning and there is no one else on my entire floor and I’m terrified that someone may have been hiding in the bathroom all night. (Seriously, there was a guy that hid in the bathroom one day in the building I worked in just out of college, so there’s my justification.) I always have it in the elevator just in case I get stuck and need entertainment or to call for help. My 85 year old grandfather just told me a story last week that he had got stuck in an elevator in a building in downtown Dallas many years ago (at least a 45 story building) and he said that there are some elevator shafts that don’t have openings to the floors because they are only designed to go to the higher floors…eek! He said he was stuck for 45 minutes and this was in the days of no cell phones (and they only had an elevator phone, but no one was working since it was close to Christmas)…all the more reason to have my cell phone with me every time…to call for help (and for entertainment).
I might need you to come help me unpack and organize my closet a little better. I love for things to be organized, but sometimes I can’t figure out HOW to get them organized. 🙂
I’d rather be behind the scenes than at the front of the room. I worked for an event planner on campus in college and loved it so much. After I graduated with my Master’s, I came back and presented my mom with an award from the University and I was so nervous because I had to be in front of everyone versus hiding in the back and making the event happen. I also hate opening up presents in front of people. I’d rather just do it quietly while someone else opens up their gift. Basically, I get super anxious to have all eyes on me.
I am extremely particular about my socks and the positioning of the toe. I’ve been like that since I could talk…I would say “sock hurt,” which meant that my sock didn’t feel right and that the line needed to be perfect across the top and not crooked in the least bit. I will still take off my tennis shoe or boot if the sock doesn’t feel right. Socks also can’t be too saggy around my leg either…when I find a sock I love, I stock up.
This last one might be my favorite!!!
Or if you missed a post in the Owning It series…
You can read Elaine @ House of Hargrove HERE.
You can read Sheaffer @ Pinterest Told Me To HERE.
You can read Rachel @ Floral and Fudge Blog HERE.
You can read Elise @ Cheers Y’all HERE.