Tuesday, November 18, 2003
CHEERLEADER OF THE WEEK:
By John Oehser - Colts.com
Years with Colts: One.
How I became a Colts Cheerleader . . .
My husband called me the Friday before the tryouts and said, 'Why
don't you try out for the Colts?' He knows how much I love dancing,
so I decided at the last minute to try out. It wasn't a big plan. Not
What's the best thing about being a Colts Cheerleader?
The dancing experience and the opportunities to go to the
appearances. I like to share with the public.
Why did you become a Colts Cheerleader?
At first, it was just dancing and the curiosity, but after I came and
met all the other wonderful women that are here, that was a big
reason. The more I learned about it, the more I wanted to be a Colts Cheerleader.
Who's your role model and why?
My family. They were very hard-working and supported my sister and
myself in everything I wanted to do. They always have been there for us.
What do you anticipate your first game being like?
Oh my gosh. I've never danced in front of so many people, so I think
it's just going to be full of excitement and emotion. I think it's
going to be fun. I'm looking forward to it.
Personal Motto . . .
There Are No Mistakes You Can't Learn From.
My best asset is . . .
How will being a Colts Cheerleader enhance different aspects of
your career/personal life?
It will help me to reach out in the community more. I have a
full-time job and sometimes, you don't have the opportunity to get
out in the community as much as you'd like.
Best advice you ever received.
Live Your Life Like There is No Tomorrow.
I'm proud to be . . .
Advice for kids . . .
Live Your Dreams. Never Quit.
If I won the lottery, I would . . .
Buy a house for my parents and also for myself and my husband.
Future goal and why . . .
My next goal is to have an MBA.
What's it like juggling life with being a Colts Cheerleader?
I don't think I'll have any problems. I'm used to doing so many
things and I budget time.
In five years, I would like to be . . .
Mother of two kids.
Best Friend's Wedding.
El Alquimista, by Paulo Colho.