I adopt rescue pups, The mom is Sabrina and the puppy is Sam (Samantha) because my husband loves Bewitched.
I won a bronze medal in a slalom ski race in Chamonix France in 2001 during the largest annual international ski event.
I’ve written 3 children’s books.
I played college tennis for Auburn.
I went bungee jumping on one of the world’s highest bungee jumps in South Africa.
I read the Wall Street Journal every morning from beginning to end.
Jane Huston Crommelin
I have a sunfish named Showtime.
I was the high school Homecoming Queen.
I played D1 Soccer in college.
I enjoy bird hunting with my dogs, Riley, Rozz & Nelli.
I grew up on a plantation & working farm.
I have my sailing license & have sailed a 105’schooner around the Caribbean.
My real estate license # is 625. I got my license in 1973!
I could eat peanut butter for every meal.
Mary Ansley Smalley
My husband asked me out on our first date from Istanbul, Turkey.
I have participated in a sweat lodge in South Dakota.
I met my husband at Emmett O’Neal Library when we were in high school.
I was born in San Juan Puerto Rico.
I was the high school mascot.
I love to cook from scratch and grow my own food.
I like to drink milkshakes in the shower so I don’t get cold.
I know sign language. Also I scored the winning touchdown in the sorority flag football championship back in the 1980’s on Bear Bryant’s field.
In the 1980’s at Louie Louie’s , a friend and I convinced Willie Perry aka Birmingham’s Batman to give us a ride in the Batmobile.
I am the voice of the conductor on the Hunger Games rollercoaster at the Motiongate Theme Park in Dubai.
The first vehicle I drove was a tractor.
I went Ziplining in Costa Rica at the age of 72.
I swam with whale sharks in Mexico.
I like dog kisses.
I completed 1200 push ups in 60 minutes.
I went paragliding off a mountain in Austria and when I reached the ground I landed on a wasp. I am allergic to wasps.
I spoke to the Pope with my hand touching his robe at the Vatican in 1969.
I can recite all 50 states in alphabetical order in less than a minute.
I once saved a nest of an endangered species of woodpeckers in Alabama.
I wrote a song that charted in the Top 5 of the Billboard Music Charts.
I have my own personal sabre for sabering the champagne bottle every New Years Eve.
My nickname is Queen Bee.
I had a motorcycle in Junior High so that my parents didn’t have to drive carpool.
I worked at a law firm for 6 years and proclaimed I would never marry an attorney. I married a journalist who then decided to be an attorney.
I ran the NYC marathon in 2011.
I saw Janis Joplin in Atlanta in 1970.
I have visited all 50 States.
I am the baby of 7 children raised by a single parent.
I am a triplet, and we are the 2nd set of registered triplets in the state of Alabama.
I can tie a cherry stem in a knot with my tongue.
I once bungee jumped off a crane.
Leigh Ann Gilbert
I saved a girl’s life in California when I was 21.
I once had dinner with Elizabeth Taylor and John Warner.
I am missing the tail of my spine.
I used to stand on the dining room table and sing Tutti Frutti.
I have an uncanny ability to remember number sequences—phone numbers, license plates, credit card numbers etc.
I have 7 God children.
I have had dogs all of my life, but our last five dogs have all been named Tuffy!
I worked for a former President of the United States.
I love chocolate in any form.
I love to needlepoint.
Mary Kay Klyce
I often think back about how times have changed since my over 40 year ago real estate career began. Listings were published in the classifieds in Sunday’s Bham News. Only way to find out about a property was to telephone the agent. Price or address of the property was often left out in the classifieds making it necessary to talk to the listing agent to get info. Then later came the “book” of listings which was published every two weeks, so not too current! Next came the internet, thank goodness, but one still had to get to a computer to access the info. Now iPhones, laptops, or iPads not only access listing info, but make it possible to start and complete a transaction without ever leaving home! Yes, times have certainly changed.