Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Five Questions With: Mrs. Smith

Today we are sharing Five Questions and Answers 
with Mrs. Smith!

Where were you born and raised?
I was born and raised right here in Lockport, N.Y. What is even cooler about that is that I lived right down the street from Roy B. Kelley, on Roosevelt Drive, and we used to ride our bikes at Roy B. Kelley in the summertime. Riding around the loop and down the hill to the parking lot was always lots of fun! We would even play on the playground there and at the playground in the park that used to be behind Roy B. Kelley!

Do you have any children?
I have three beautiful children. My oldest son is named Cole and he is 6 years old. He is in first grade and loves to read and write. He also loves karate, swimming, and t-ball. My daughter is named Kennedy and she is 4 years old. She has long red curly hair (unlike me) and is in pre-school. She will be starting kindergarten in the fall! She loves to dance, do gymnastics, soccer, t-ball, and swimming. Lastly, my youngest son is just six months old and his name is Carter. He is very patient with all of us and our crazy schedules. He is very snuggly and playful. He loves loves loves his big brother and sister. 

What is your favorite kind of ice cream?

My very favorite ice cream flavor is chocolate! I prefer it on a waffle cone with rainbow sprinkles! I love to go to Jo-Jo’s ice cream shop and Tasty Treat when we go for ice cream!

What do you like to do for fun?
The most important thing in life to me is family and spending time with family. I enjoy playing at the park with my kids and taking car rides with them to visit really cool places right in our area! We also play board games, watch movies, and make blanket forts together. 

What is your favorite holiday?
My favorite holiday is Christmas. I love to decorate, put up our tree, bake cookies, wrap presents, and send out Christmas Cards. But what I love the most about Christmas is getting my whole family in the car after dinner, in their jammies, to drive around and look at all the Christmas lights in the nearby neighborhoods.

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