15 minutes with … a flower shop owner
Name: Kim Nieslanik-CorneliusAge: 33Place of birth: Glenwood SpringsWhen did you stay in Garfield County? My whole family is here and actually, I love it here.First thing you’d buy after winning the lottery? A private yacht and my own islandFirst or best job ever? My first real job was as a nanny.Favorite fashion designer brand? Sevens are my favorite jeans.
Best vacation ever? Mexico (because I haven’t been on a vacation for seven years) with my whole family.What do you do in your spare time? I clean my house and do my errands.Greatest accomplishment? My children (two, ages 6 and 4).Ever had a book, movie, news event change your life? No.Best piece of advice you’ve ever received; or a cliché to live by? Live each day to the fullest, day by day.As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? An interior designer.If you only had three TV channels, what would you watch? TLC, WB (Channel 2), and HGTV.Any tattoos? No.
If you could invite any three people to dinner, who would they be, what would you serve and what would you talk about? The Roberts. We would talk about business and I would serve a goat cheese salad with pears and walnuts, crunchy French bread, Chilean sea bass with a brown rice pilaf, and a nice, chilled Chardonnay.What’s the greatest invention of all time? Video cameraWhat was the best tip you ever received when delivering flowers? $10What was the best reaction? I’ve had someone get pretty teary-eyed. I had a lady in Aspen who would send the flowers away, depending on her mood – the guy would spend like $500 on flowers. Sometimes we got to keep them, and sometimes she kept them.Do you dress up when delivering? No, but we’re trying to get our guys to wear tuxes this year.Favorites
Movie: Anything with Matthew McConaugheyBreakfast cereal: Cinnamon LifeSong: NoneAthlete: Bode MillerFood: SalmonWeb site: NonePlace in Garfield County: White HillSport to watch: Hockey or baseball
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