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Lee Ann Robbins

Published 1:09pm Saturday, December 22, 2012

Name: Lee Ann Robbins

Lee Ann Robbins' fondest childhood memories were her "daddy-daughter" dates. -- SUBMITTED

Age: 28

Occupation and title: Speech-language pathologist at Southampton Memorial Hospital

Spouse’s Name: Brandon Robbins

Church affiliation: Courtland United Methodist Church – my husband is the pastor.

Pet I’d like to own: A friendly cat

People say I look like: Snow White

Favorite movie of all time: “The Notebook” and “Love Actually” – I’m a hopeless romantic

TV show I never miss: “Duck Dynasty”

The secret to happiness is: Being content with what you have

I wish I knew how to: Paint and surf – not necessarily at the same time!

If I had to eat only three foods for the rest of my life, they’d be: Chocolate-covered raisins, fresh pineapple and cheese

Three words that best describe me: Compassionate, dedicated, jovial

One superpower I wish I had: Time travel

Book on my nightstand: “The Friday Night Knitting Club” by Kate Jacobs

My proudest achievement: Graduating from University of Virginia and James Madison University with honors.

My most humbling moment: Doing a foot-washing ceremony

My most recent trip: Family trip to Cape Cod in October with my parents and in-laws

My friends think I’m: Too punctual

I really lose my cool when: I overhear parents threatening to physically punish their children.

Best life lesson I’ve learned and who taught you: Never miss an opportunity to tell or show someone that you love them — my parents

Best decision I’ve made in life: To take a leap of faith and start dating Brandon, not knowing where God would lead us.

Local charitable or non-profit organization I wish more people would support: Courtland Community Center

What give me the blues: Going all winter with no snow

Best childhood memory: Our “daddy-daughter” dates; even if it was only to the landfill, my dad would always make it special.

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