April is recently married to her husband, Matt, and lives in the Columbus area. She holds a degree in office administration and has worked as a finance clerk. She enjoys playing the piano, reading, walking her dog, and cooking. When April was in sixth grade, she portrayed the Statue of Liberty in a play and had to practice holding her arm up for a really long time. Now that’s perseverance!
Julie is a mother to six children and currently a substitute teacher with the Evergreen School district. She enjoys reading, history podcasts, and crocheting. She loves being with people, especially sitting around the kitchen table with her favorite people, her family. Julie is a big fan of peanut butter and chocolate.
Jennifer studied architecture in college and enjoys design, art, and finding ways to mix old and new. She takes pleasure in being home with her children, who range in age from a freshman in high school to a one-year-old. Jennifer inherited the unfortunate ability to hear people blinking, or, as she calls it, eyelids smacking. Now that is crazy!
Abbi is a licensed social worker and works at Heartbeat of Toledo. She loves being with her nieces and nephew and has many interests including drawing, cooking, finding deals, camping, pranking, singing in her car, and avoiding bugs, just to name a few. Interestingly, Abbi can track someone down on the Internet with only a first name!
Allison, or Alli as many call her, enjoys house projects, reading the first half of books, and Mexican food. She also takes great pleasure in mowing the lawn. While she studied entrepreneurship and family business in college, she also has an interest in genealogy and family history. But her favorite interest is her hubby of 15 years and her kids.
Julie is a nurse turned chauffeur for her children. When she is not driving them to various activities, she loves reading with them. Julie has a medically small mouth, which resulted in her having to have seven of her permanent teeth removed. Even so, her friends would likely say that she has a big mouth!