Q & A with
I first met Madeline when she was a sassy little 3 years old. Her mother (Jill) and I where introduced to each other by a mutual friend in the neighborhood. I guess you could say the rest was history to a certain extent. From that point on Jill and I became best friends (when I was around the age of 23 years old). We both were new moms and seemed to have the same personality and parenting style. Saxon (my 1 year old at the time) and Madeline grew up together thinking they were cousins. The funny part is that they really thought that up until the time they were 12. When we finally broke the news to them they were shocked, disappointed and down right upset at us (as they should have been). Bless their hearts, they really thought they were cousins. LOL. Madeline was like the daughter I never had. After having 2 boys of my own (I had another baby boy Ashton a few years later) and always longing for a daughter I would buy her all kinds of girly things and take her to get her nails done when she came to visit. Needless to say I feel very honored to have gotten the opportunity to help raise Madeline from a toddler to now. Even before she had a car she started working for Urban Farmhouse as a cashier. She is now in college and working in our Marketing Dept.
What is your job at Urban Farmhouse?
I am the Marketing intern in the Marketing department! I help a lot with social media and making graphic advertisements.
How did you start working at Urban Farmhouse?
I have worked at UFD for a little over 4 years now! I started off in 2015 as a cashier and in January of 2018 I started as a Marketing Intern.
What is your favorite thing to do when you aren’t at work?
When I’m not at work I really enjoy spending time with family and friends or catching up with all my favorite TV shows!
Tell us something about you that we might not know?
This fall I will be a Sophomore at the University of Oklahoma majoring in advertising with a minor in graphic design.
Here is a picture of Saxon 6, Myslef 8 and Ashton 4.
“If you ain’t first, you’re last” -Ricky Bobby