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Tiffany Friesen, Heritage Elementary School

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Posted: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 12:00 am

What is weirdest thing you have ever eaten?

I will almost try anything. Octopus, escargot, rabbit, an unidentified item at a Vietnamese noodle place.

What is something that makes you happy?

Taking my yellow lab, Daisy for a run. She follows me around the house until it is time to go. I also love tucking my children in bed at night, listening to my husband pray with them, and going to sleep. I am thankful.

What is something you wish you could change?

That no one in this world would have to go without clean water and food.

What are three things you cannot live without?

God, my family, and my toothbrush.

Where is your favorite place to hang out around town?

My favorite place to hang out is at home with my husband and children. If I am out, I am having dinner with my husband, coffee with friends or playing soccer or volley ball with my kids somewhere.

What is your best student success story?

I treated a little boy who could not talk when he started therapy and within one year he was speaking in complete sentences.

If you could teach one life lesson to every student, what would it be?

your attitude determines your success.

What is the best gift you’ve ever been given?

One of the best gifts that God has given me is my husband.

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