When Allison puts on her metaphorical cape to enter the kidzone, she relies on “patience, the ability to deal with poopy diapers, and knowing how to use a computer – well!”
Children are drawn to Allison.
Allison is an accomplished artist, having sold many pieces at local art shows. When asked what she needs to be an artist, Allison said, “creativity, some patience, and money to buy supplies!”
Allison’s pieces are as multifaceted as she is.
Lastly, Allison is a friend. A friend to many. And counting. Allison defines friendship as the “understanding that all people are different and you have to put yourself in someone else’s shoes.”
Allison has worn many shoes.
What is not so easily seen in these pictures is that Allison is real. What you see is what you get with Allison. When so many people do or say what pleases others, Allison speaks the truth – take it or leave it.
We will take it.