Lover of Vegas, hater of gambling. Learn more about HR Coordinator Stephanie Spencer.
1) What was the anthem to your teenage years and why?
Probably my favorite song from those days was “Come Back Down” by Toad the Wet Sprocket. I’m trying to screen the lyrics in my head to make sure it’s appropriate to post about on the internet...yeah, I think we’re good! I would say that in my teen years I was very much a pleaser; I just wanted to make everybody happy, and this song is about fulfilling an addiction to a relationship—similar to how keeping everyone happy was like an addiction for me.
2) All-time favorite movie line and why?
“You’re so cool,” from True Romance. If you watch the movie, you’ll know why.
3) In your professional opinion, what is the greatest Disney character of all time?
I love Belle from Beauty and the Beast. I like that she didn’t care what anyone thought of her and she fell in love based on what was on the inside of the Beast, instead of how handsome his human form was.
4) What would people be surprised to learn about you?
I love Las Vegas, but don’t like gambling. I love to travel, but don’t love to fly. I love tattoos, but I’m not a fan of needles—and I have my back done.
5) What is the last random thing you saw on the internet that made you LOL?
I just saw this quote on Facebook this morning, and it made me giggle…“My kid just told me I'm the meanest mom in the world, and I’m freaking out. I don’t even have a speech prepared.” I think any mom can have a little laugh at this.
6) The most important question: If you had to be a breed of dog, what would you want to be?
If you would’ve asked me this a few years ago, my answer would’ve been totally different, but at this point in my life, I would probably be a pit bull. My friend called me one day and said she found this puppy she thought I’d love. So I took a chance and adopted her. And, wow, do I love her. She’s so smart, she cuddles, and she just looks like a badass! I definitely would like to be a pit bull, because I just feel like I’m not what people expect sometimes.
7) If you could read one story for the rest of your life, what would it be?
No brainer—The Giving Tree. Best book ever!