Wednesday, December 3, 2003
CHEERLEADER OF THE WEEK:
By John Oehser - Colts.com
Years with Colts: One.
How I became a Colts Cheerleader . . .
I was a finalist last year and I had only had one year of dance. I really wanted to do it, so I came to the classes and tried out again this year.
What's the best thing about being a Colts Cheerleader?
Having the best seat at the home games.
Why did you become a Colts Cheerleader?
I was impressed with their community involvement. I wanted to do more of that. Also, dance was something I really enjoyed once I started and it's a great way to stay in shape.
Who's your role model and why?
My mother. She believes in me more than anyone else. She always taught me I could be anything I wanted.
What do you anticipate your first game being like?
Scary. I think I'll be very nervous.
Personal Motto . . .
Expect More From Yourself Than Anyone Else Does.
My best asset is . . .
The ability to make other people laugh.
Person I'd most like to meet and why . . .
Tony Robbins, just because he's so motivational. I'd like to have a conversation with him.
How will being a Colts Cheerleader enhance different aspects of your career/personal life?
It teaches me a lot of time management and I have become a more self-confident person. Being in front of other people and making appearances has made me more outgoing.
Best advice you ever received.
You Can Be Anything You Want to Be.
I'm proud to be . . . .
Advice for kids . . .
Never Stop Believing in Yourself and Truly Go For Your Dreams.
If I won the lottery, I would . . .
Pay off all my debt and all my family's debt. And probably move to Hawaii.
Future goal and why . . .
Start a family.
What Charitable Organizations do you enjoy working with?
Anything that involves children.
In five years, I would like to be . . .
What's it like juggling life with being a Colts Cheerleader?
It's a challenge, because one of the things with being a Colts Cheerleader is you have to stay fit. You have to maintain your workout schedule and throw appearances into it. I also have a full-time job and I'm recently married. You have to have a lot of support and make good use of your time.
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff.