I was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, but now live in Utah, and my mother and I love to travel, cook and go on long bike rides.
When I was in high school, I had a friend who worked for a beauty line, and I had the privilege of seeing her in the office every day.
We started hanging out in the store and getting to know each other better.
We made friends and it just snowballed into a friendship we shared.
It was a pretty big step for me, and it was a very big step to be around a woman like her.
I knew her before I met her, but we met after she was my boss.
It’s just that we both had this connection with her.
We grew up together, and we became really good friends and I was her assistant.
She was my best friend, and when we were working together we’d have dinners at her place, and she was always there.
She’s been a wonderful role model for me.
She took my career seriously, and helped me realize what I wanted to do in life.
She also helped me to understand that being successful doesn’t have to mean being an artist.
You can be a businesswoman, you can be an entrepreneur.
What I was trying to say to her is that if you’re doing something really special, you don’t have time to work on that, because you’re in it for the right reasons.
It is a beautiful thing that we have a daughter who has the same passion for music as I did.
She loves her music so much that she is going to be doing it as long as she lives, because she knows it’s important.
She doesn’t want to stop.
We’ll just keep working together.
So many people don’t understand how important it is to have an amazing daughter.
She and I have a good relationship, and the way she talks to me about things is just so inspiring.
We have a lot in common, and that’s what makes me want to share my music with her, because I love her so much.
She has a real passion for this, and so does I. She really believes that if she just keeps working hard and doing the things she loves, and just making music, and making money, that she will be able to have a life.
My goal is to be able, one day, to go back to my hometown and be a mom and be in her shoes.
When we’re in Utah together, it’s very important for us to have this connection, because we share the same goals and dreams.
We’ve worked so hard together, but I’m so happy to be in a position where we can share our love of music.
I want her to have that too, and have the same opportunities.