Brenda Greene

Published 1:22 pm Saturday, April 7, 2012

Name: Brenda Greene

Brenda Greene loses her cool when grown people act like kids. -- JAMES ARTIS/TIDEWATER NEWS

Age: 26

Occupation and title: Walmart customer service desk

Children’s names and ages: Lynijah, 7, and Amariun, 2

Church affiliation: First Baptist Burdette

If I could change my name, I’d make it: I wouldn’t change it because I am named after my mommy

People say I look like: My mother

Favorite movie of all time: “What’s Love Got to do With It”

TV show I never miss: “First 48” and “Criminal Minds”

The secret to happiness is: Loving God and yourself first

I wish I knew how to: Ride motorcycles

Song I’d love to sing karaoke to: “His Eye is on the Sparrow”

If I had to eat only three foods for the
rest of my life, they’d be: Chicken, navy beans, and my mom’s homemade biscuits

Three words that best describe me: Friendly, loving, independent

Book currently on my nightstand: Bible

My proudest achievement: Giving birth to my princess and prince

My most humbling moment: Knowing, trusting and believing that my Uncle Peppy was no longer suffering and is resting in paradise

My most recent trip: Ahoskie, N.C., with my sisters of Ladies of Zaki

My life won’t be complete until: Buy a house, get married, get my kids through school and off to college

My friends think I’m: Funny, understanding and dependable

I really lose my cool when: Grown people act like children

Favorite color: Purple

Best life lesson I’ve learned, and who taught me: To be independent and take care of me and my own. My mother and grandmother

Local charitable or non-profit organization more people should support: Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters and March of Dimes

What gives me the blues: When my babies are under the weather

Best childhood memory: Singing in church with my grandmother