When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
"I don't know, I couldn't be anything because my parents were too strict. What I wanted to be? I'm not sure. I didn't have any dreams growing up."
How did you meet the most important person in your life?
"I met her at a quiz. The other most important person I watched being born."
What are you most proud of?
"That's tough. Probably that I worked in the Pentagon. I had an internship there when I was in college. I'm kind of proud that I came over here to Ireland, as well."
What's one of the scariest things you've ever done?
"I almost died on the first date with my husband. It was a koala sanctuary that he took me to, but then you had to climb an extreme obstacle course and I am terrified of heights. So when you had to get from one thing to another, you had a harness that you'd move with and he was like, 'You need to let go to get to the other side,' and I said, 'I can't.' He kept saying, 'You need to let go!' I told him, 'You don't understand, I actually can't move. I'm frozen.' You had to go on this zip line and you had to hold on and it was so high up! I told myself that I just had to go for it. Halfway going down the zip line, I got really scared, so I put my hand up to stop myself and I almost gave myself whiplash. It was so so scary. Everything was really really high and he said, 'Come on! You can do it!' And I said, 'I'm just dong this to be brave!' I've also done abseiling and I didn't really like it either. It's when you go off the side of a mountain and you're harnessed in and you have to walk down the mountain. That's really scary, too. I'm not good with heights. I can't do them, but I still do them to see if I can get over it, but every time I get to the edge, I cry. But the scariest thing I've had to do is giving birth."
Can money buy happiness?
"No. I don't think happiness comes through things. It's more of experiences and the people that you're with and the places you go, as opposed to what you're spending money on."