Rhonda always has a desire to help others and has true compassion for those who struggle. On Sundays, you can find her helping out fellow J.P. Weigand agents or cheering on the Chiefs! Rhonda is an amazing mother of three and friend to all.
Short Term Goal: To develop a habit of getting eight hours of sleep a night – please forward all tips and tricks you have to me!
Long Term Goal: Earning my way back to the greatest HOME of all that no REALTOR® can sell! You know the one – it’s beyond the pearly gates!
Greatest Adventure: My trip to Paris in the early 90’s with my cousin, Lou Ann.
Most Proud Achievement: Stepping outside my comfort zone at age 60 and trying something new. Give me a call and I’ll tell you all about it!
Happiest Memory: Christmas Eve 1992 when my husband escorted me down the center aisle of St. George Cathedral, took a knee, and proposed beneath the icon of Christ. Twenty-six years later he escorted our daughter down that same aisle on her wedding day. Cherished memories!
Most Prized Possession: My engagement and wedding rings. They were worn by my husband’s Grandmother, Ourania, and are symbols of our marital commitment.
Philosophy: Assess the SPARK factor! If something doesn’t spark joy (not talking Marie Kondo’s “stuff” here), I know it’s probably not a good thing for me to invest my time in.
Personal Hero: My 88 year-old Dad – a Jack of all Trades and a Master of every one of them, because: (1) he worked so hard and sacrificed so much for our family, and (2) because he takes great care of himself! He’s now on life number five of his nine lives – Do the math – he will most definitely live to his goal of 150 years!
Quote: “Be kind, for everyone you know is fighting a great battle.” Unknown
Book: The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown was so well written it made me feel like I was right back in Paris.
Favorite Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder – Her wholesome stories about life on the prairie warmed my heart as a child and memories of them continue to warm my heart today. It is supposed to snow today (1/28/20), and all I can think about is the time the Ingalls family made candy by pouring maple syrup into the snow and allowing it to harden. Who’s tried it?
Meal: Anything my husband, Jim, cooks. #MarryAManWhoCanCook
Spectator Sport: At this writing (January 2020), it’s a tug-of-war between tennis (Australian Open) and football (Superbowl LIV – GO CHIEFS)!
School Subject: Typing (Yes, that was a school subject in the 70’s). I wish I had kept the red electric typewriter my Dad paid a pretty penny for when I was in high school. I spent hours in front of it as a teenager! It was a great place to be. I love to write!