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Name: Kori Bailey.
City of residence: Glenn.
Occupation: Certified medical assistant at Dr. Richard Morgan's plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Hobbies and interests: Spending time with my daughter, Trinity, and hanging out with my friends.
What are your favorite things about winter?: One of my favorite things about winter is laying on the couch, wrapped up in a blanket and drinking hot chocolate with Trin.
Whom do you most admire and why? I most admire my mom and dad for always being there when I need them the most, and when I don't need them so much. They help me accomplish things I thought I would never be able to overcome, and helped me push through the rough and amazing times in my life so far.
What is your dream job? My dream job is to be a registered nurse. I couldn't imagine not being in the hospital work field because I love to help people and what better way to help them than when they are sick and need someone the most.
What quality in people do you most admire? Personality, I would have to say. Tall, short, skinny, fat: It doesn't matter to me. What matters is that you enjoy yourself around them and like them for who they are, not what they look like.
What was the last thing that made you laugh? The last thing that made me laugh was dinner at Chili's last night with Lindsay van Tol. Our conversations there never fail.
What are you thankful for? I am thankful for a lot of things: My friends for being there to make crazy memories to laugh and joke about; my family, especially my sisters, for always being supportive of me, even if my choices were not the greatest; my daughter, for loving my unconditionally; my mom, Kathy Spence, for everything she has done for Trinity and me; my dad, Steve Bailey, for being the most amazing man I know; and I am thankful for my best friend, Mandy Baker, for becoming as close as we are and simply being my other shoulder to lean on.
What do you hope to see happen this year? This year, I hope to see my adventures in my college education expand and continue on my journey to become a registered nurse.
What is your greatest accomplishment? My greatest accomplishment is becoming the mom I am today, and I can't thank anyone more than my mom and dad for being the role models that they are to me.
Contact Jenn Anderson at 934-6800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.