Learn as many languages as you can or you can get lost in translation.
Amy grew up in Idaho and became a citizen of the world. Starting with a high school study abroad program in Russia, she embarked on a lifetime of international travel, learning different languages and living abroad. She studied in Spain and France while in college, then taught Spanish at a private school in Los Angeles. Just a few months after 9/11 she left the states again to live with her then-boyfriend (now ex-husband) in his home in the south of France. Sixteen years later, Amy is still there with her three kind, beautiful boys. Amy is a great communicator who’s very direct in resolving differences, which puts me very at ease spending time with her. She’s a strong woman and a wonderful single mom. Amy also has such a great laugh. Even after all her years abroad, she still gets teased about her accent. Now she laughs that off as well – “It’s just part of my charm.”