RoadRun'er Over #E-52
What is the significance of your name and number?
When I was born I was brought home from the hospital in a 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. Dad use to refer to me as Road Runner every now and then because I was always on the go! After 39 years, my Dad retired from the Forrest Service where he was the Captain of Engine 52. I passed skills and he retired in the same month, so to keep it going, because it's always been part of my life, I took over E-52.
What is you athletic background?
I played all kinds of sports in school, but Mom put me in dance when I was 4 and by age 9 I fell in love with clogging. I haven't found anything that has brought me that much joy until I started Derby and now they are both my loves!
What do you enjoy during your downtime? Outside interests?
I love to spend time with my family, my fur babies Max and Betty, travel, and just be a big goof! Oh, and tv...lots of tv.
Are there any life lessons that you’ve learned playing roller derby?
Don't take yourself so seriously, you're going to look silly just get over it. Don't judge yourself in the shadows of other people because they have their own set of goals. Success is not measured in what you have solely accomplished, but also by the steps it took for you to get there.
Dislikes? What drives you crazy?
When people say expresso or exspecially. I also dislike being short at concerts mostly because my nose is at armpit level.
What is your hometown?
North Fork & Clovis, Ca Joys of a split family, I get to be bi-towned.
What is your motto, favorite quotes, or words to live by?
Treat others the way you'd like to be treated.
What are the top 3 items on your bucket list?
Ride horses on a beach all romantic novel like, learn how to ride a motorcycle, and own my own home.