My my, now where are my manners! I’m sure you’re feeling a bit uneasy about being in a stranger’s home so please allow me to introduce myself.
A Host of Things, LLC is a home entertainment brand that focuses on making life a little more lovely and provides details for the events that happen along the way. As a true host of things, I have professional experience working in the hospitality industry in hotels, restaurants and catering companies and special events. I have a love for performing as an actor, dancer and live show host as well. Additionally I delve into sewing, cooking, home decorating, traveling and being the wife of my husband’s dreams and learning to be a new mother to my baby girl Saylor Capri. All things combined make me a host of things and I yearn to share my love, knowledge and tips with others.
I gained wonderful knowledge in many ways. For example I was able to assist with President Obama’s Inauguration events at the National Museum of American History in ’09 and ’13. In 2013 and 2014 I worked for Holland America Line as Culinary Arts Center Host. I hosted cooking shows in Food and Wine Magazine’s Culinary Arts Center aboard the MS Volendam and MS Massdam. I hosted craft seminars, wine tastings, fruit carving, towel animal folding demonstrations and other social events as well. I was also a guest judge for their Dancing with the Stars at Sea competition and I’ve danced for Disney Cruise Line and Legends in Concert, Waikiki.
I believe travel is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself and have an affinity with our National Parks. Orlando is where we call home, but you know that since you’re in my house. I married my wonderful husband Tony and I share some of my wedding ideas here. We welcomed our precious baby girl Saylor Capri in February and I share her nursery here.
I also makes regular appearance on HSN (Home Shopping Network) as their resident DIY expert and sewing machine guru! I’m also the inventor of The Original Connecting Table Runners for tables with leaves. Feel free to peruse my shop.
Thank you for taking the time to get to know me. I would love to get acquainted with you as well.
“The good guest is almost invisible, enjoying him or herself, communing with fellow guests, and, most of all, enjoying the generous hospitality of the hosts.”