Meet Annalee Bright, our Homewood Office Manager
Q: What do you like the most about working at LAH?
A: The People! I genuinely respect and care about the people in this company. Which is something I don’t think I’ve ever been able to say before.
A: The outdoors… mainly fly fishing, hiking, camping, hunting, or anything that gets me in nature.
Q: What would a “perfect” day look like for you?
A: Hmm… a big breakfast of bacon and waffles-extra butter, a full day of fly fishing a secluded stream and a picnic lunch with some incredible views, then sitting around a campfire at night listening to some good folk or bluegrass music and just relaxing with a nice glass of Belle Meade bourbon.
A: Passion. You have at least one thing that keeps you going that you are truly passionate about… even if it’s Justin Beiber. Okay maybe not that.
A: Book: this is going to sound totally lame but probably Dave Ramsey’s Total Money Makeover.. my husband and I read it and took his Financial Peace University class together recently and I think it was one of the most influential things we’ve done for our marriage. Movie: that’s a tough one because I am kind of a movie fanatic (not saying I have great taste – I just watcha lot of movies_… but I’m gonna have to go with Jurassic Park (the original) or Goodfellas
A: Working out or any form of exercise is the best release for me… if not that then probably vegging out on the couch watching Walking Dead or Narcos. Total opposites I guess?
A: Flying/teleportation. My husband and I travel so much and we are constantly on the go – so just being able to fly somewhere would make it SO much easier and give us more time to enjoy. Plus I live down 280 which is a nightmare….
Q: What’s the one piece of advice you’d give others about life?
A: “Don’t sweat the small stuff” – this is actually something I am trying to teach myself. I am a control freak and sometimes I spend way too much time and energy on things that really. don’t. matter.
A: I have a terrible voice… I mean terrible. But if I had to pick I would have to say anything 90’s female country – Patty Loveless, Shania Twain, Dixie Chicks, or The Judds.