- Amy's Blood "Flo" Campaign
- Location: Asheville, North Carolina, United States
- Gender: Female
Let's see. Let's start with the basics. I am a thirty nine year old woman currently living in Asheville, NC. I was born and raised in New England. I also spent quite a few years in Ft. lauderdale. I am not working right now due to my health problems however I usually spend my days as a Branch Manager of one of Asheville's local banks. I have a few pets. Mooser, a two year old Bull Mastiff, and an African Spur Thighed Tortoise, named Thor. I like Yoga, Reading, Art, Music, Film, Writing and Traveling. I am an experimental foodie with room to grow and a touch of OCD that I consider charming. I believe in the power of people, good intentions and value friendships more than anything. I have been a Foster Parent and cherish those memories as some of my most precious. I love children and wish I had some of my own. I enjoy real estate and am handy with tools and miss being able to do projects around the house very much. I wish I could tell you more about me but I wouldn't want to bore you. I guess, between you and me, I'm simply a girl in need. This campaign is designed to help me survive while I am out of work for the next six months. I also have some medical bills that need to be paid now and more are rolling in everyday. I would like to personally thank each and every person involved in helping this campaign come to life. I wish you all, healthy days.
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***Special Thanks To***
Kelly Davis, Sandlin Gaither, Tiffany Gill, Nancy Goldwin, Heather Hogsed, Mercedes Kuper, Aubree Lennon, Tyce Marshall, Julie Ross, Andrea Sivestri, Steve Sticht, Chris Strait and Terribly Odd.
Thank you to Nancy and Drea for posting this on ther websites.
Also, a BIG thank you to Susan Arcoleo for donating her piece of Art back to the auction.