Musician Bobby McFerrin (Don’t Worry, Be Happy) lived in my childhood home with his family after we moved!
My first job was babysitting, and I still love spending time with other people’s kids.
I spend my free time painting, exploring the Art Museum, Botanic Gardens or taking in a performance at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. I love the arts & culture programs here in Denver, there is ALWAYS something to create or go do.
Friendly, Funny, Organized, Optimistic, and Artistic.
If I have a free weekend, I’ll drive to the mountains to camp solo with my dog, Georgia O’Keeffe.
Margs Uptown is my neighborhood hang. Love their Lava Lamps!
My initials are B.A.D. (Beth Anne Davis) because my parents have a funny sense of humor and an affinity for acronyms.
I love taking advantage of opportunities to get involved with the Denver Community. I often join up with friends who volunteer, and love trying out different ways of giving back. I have volunteered with Denver Rescue Mission, Metro Caring, I have been a mentor for the Denver Metro Partners Program and I am a member of the Denver Art Museum and Botanic Gardens.
I am constantly inspired by my friends, family, and colleagues. Everyone is facing their own struggle!
I’m proud of myself for moving from Minneapolis to Denver almost 8 years ago, knowing nearly no one when I moved, and successfully making a life for myself here!
I define success as working hard, being nice to people, and finding joy in each day. Everything we do or want is because we think it will make us happier, if we can find joy first – then everything else falls into place!
If I wasn’t a REALTOR I would probably still be in sales of some sort. I love working towards a goal, developing relationships, and being a problem solver.
I wish I was one of those people who could be dropped in the middle of the woods and still know what direction they’re facing at any given moment. I don’t have that natural navigator skill.
I have been skydiving three times! Jumping out of an airplane is the most adventurous and exciting experience of my life, hands down.
I would love to have dinner with both of my Grandmas. I think of them often and have fond memories of home cooking with one, and champagne & burger dinner dates with the other.
My family has never been very traditional or religious, but every year when the holidays would come around, we would have a VERY traditional Jewish Christmas… CHINESE FOOD! It doesn’t matter if I’m spending it with family or friends, Peking Duck is served on Christmas Eve.
Dolly Parton at Red Rocks was a once in a lifetime experience. Red Rocks is the most amazing venue and Dolly is so funny, incredibly talented and joyful – and to make it even more special, I watched two friends get engaged that night!
Harry Potter would be pretty fun, because… magic!