We're back with another installment of Thrive Spotlight. We love when our clients really get to know us, so we are sharing some fun and interesting facts with you! Up next, we're casting the spotlight on Terri Goslee, doula and placenta encapsulation specialist.
10 Fun Facts about Terri:
I was born and raised in Lindale, TX, a small East Texas town. I lived there until I went to college at 18. I graduated with the same people I went to first grade with. Everyone knew everybody. All my family still lives in Texas.
Have you heard the Miranda Lambert song "Everybody Dies Famous In A Small Town"? It's about my hometown. Really. Miranda graduated 2 years before me. We even played on the same softball team when we were younger (although I doubt she remembers me now).
While I've lost a lot of it over the years, I was a competitive dancer in Jr. High & High School. I still love to dance, but it's hard to find the time.
I went to Hampton Master's Commission in Hampton, VA after high school for two years. This is where I met my husband. He is from Salisbury, MD, and is why we ended up here. When we first got married, I told him I would stay here for one year and then we were moving back to TX... we were married in 2006, and are still here, with no plans of moving out of the area.
I have been to a few other countries: Germany, France, Switzerland, El Salvador, and the Bahamas.
I have a serious love the 80's/early 90's, even though I was too young to remember most of it. I like a lot of the movies, but the music and fashion are my favorite part. I secretly wish some of the 80's fashion would come back!
My all time favorite TV show is Boy Meets World! But I also love Saved By The Bell, Step by Step, Family Matters... all those older shows, and prefer them to most of the shows that air now.
I still tear up and cry and every birth I attend when mom finally gets to hold her baby. I've just accepted it now and tell all my clients that it will happen, just so they know.
I was not a coffee person until my oldest son began preschool at age four. Having to be up early AND get two kids as well as myself ready and out the door meant I needed more energy than I could muster up on my own, so I began drinking coffee. Now, I find myself wanting another cup two or three (or FOUR!) times throughout the day... and not because I need the caffeine.
I have recently become a fan of Mexican food, but I do not like Italian food, although I will eat it if I don't have a choice. The jury is still out on whether or not I like Chinese food, it's certainly not my favorite, but I don't hate it. But I think my favorite kind of food is good ol' Texas style BBQ, and I make to get my fill any time I get a chance to visit!