Know Your Neighbor: Claire O’SullivanPublished 11:35am Thursday, April 14, 2011
Name: Claire O’Sullivan
Occupation: Consultative Sales Representative for Ink4
Children’s names and ages: Kailey (14)
If I could change my name, I’d make it: Claire Magillicutty
Pet I’d like to own: Horse
People say I look like: Ally Sheedy
Favorite movie of all time: “Sound of Music”
TV show I don’t miss: “Chuck”
The secret to happiness is: Knowing who you are.
I wish I knew how to: play the piano and sing.
Song I’d love to sing karaoke to: “Ob-la-di-ob-la-da” by the Beatles, “Believe” by Cher, or “Somewhere over the Rainbow.”
If I had to eat only three foods for the rest of my life, they would be: Fage Yogurt (with cocoa powder and agave), Stonyfield Mint Chocolate Chip Frozen Yogurt, fresh pineapple.
One superpower I wish I had: The ability to fly.
Book currently on my nightstand: “Vanishing Acts” by Jodi Picoult.
My proudest achievement: Giving birth to a beautiful daughter.
My most humbling moment: Whenever I realize “I can’t do it alone,” which is often.
My most recent trip: To Charlotte to see Cirque du Soleil.
My life won’t be complete until: I’ve grown as much as I can grow in one lifetime.
My friends think I’m: Supportive, compassionate and creative.
Favorite college sports team: GaTech basketball
Favorite pro sports team: Atlanta Braves
Favorite color: Purple
The best life lesson I’ve learned, and who taught me: Everyone is in your life for a reason and is gifting you with something – even though it may not look or feel like a gift. Jackie Woods, founder of Adawehi.
Best decision I’ve made in life: To work with a spiritual growth teacher.
What gives me the blues: Seeing the damage we do the environment. (The short-sightedness of our actions.)
My best childhood memory: Christmas morning, finding a red double cap-gun cowgirl set under the tree – for me! (I had four older brothers.)