In addition to my full-time job, I also coach youth cheerleading for grades K-8. On top of that, I have two active DS businesses. I will be attending both annual conferences this year. This will be nice high for what has been a dismal 2017 so far. On January 12th my neighbor called me at work telling me that my house was on fire. For being unlucky, we were extremely lucky. The post office was making a delivery and the driver heard crackling and looked up to see smoke coming out of an upstairs window. He called the fire department and went to the neighbors house to see if they knew how to contact me. My neighbors entered the house to look for my pets. My elderly springer spaniel went out the door as soon as it opened, but my pit bull mix was so scared that she wouldn’t leave the couch. A fireman in full gear had to go in and scoop her up. No one could find the cat because he was hiding under a bed in a room that wasn’t smoky. Our fire department is mostly volunteer and was able to get there quickly. Once they got upstairs and saw that the fire was contained to one room, they realized they could save the house and threw everything that was on fire out the window. We lost everything that was on the 2nd floor except a select few things. Rebuilding has been a process!
I have been a Wildtree consultant since June 2015. I joined this particular adventure because I love the products and someone was offering an incentive where I could join for free. The timing was perfect and I was sure that I could meet the minimum quota on my personal use alone. The company is now focusing on meal planning and I am looking to find people who are passionate about food to be hostesses or team members. I have an immediate family member who was recently diagnosed with diabetes and we are hoping to use the Wildtree brand to eat healthier without sacrificing taste.