My family is from New York City.
I grew up in Queens, New York.
I went to the same high school and lived in the same neighborhood as my brother and sister.
We were always together.
I had a passion for sport.
I remember playing soccer on weekends, playing basketball, and going to the park and the playground.
My family used to play on the same team.
But then one day, they went to New York for a wedding.
The bride, who was American, had her first wedding with someone she met at the wedding reception.
That was it.
I couldn’t believe it.
We thought we would have to wait until we married her for a few years, but that was when she moved to Brooklyn and I started looking for jobs.
I worked as a waiter, maid, and a waitress in a bar in Brooklyn, then a catering service in Brooklyn.
I didn’t think I was going to be a restaurant cook.
I just wanted to do something that I love.
My first job was as a maid at a restaurant in Queens.
My sister and I were working there.
We had a beautiful reception and then my boss was telling us we would be getting married and had to wait tables for a couple of days.
My job was to help the bride dress.
I knew that was the job that I wanted to have.
I started off in catering service, then became a waitress.
I was the only person there at all times.
When I got my job, I was a waitress for six months.
I did that for about six months, and then I moved to the bar.
That’s where my love for food began.
I think that started when I started eating out at restaurants.
Then I started working in catering.
Then it became my full-time job.
I do what I love to do.
I love it.
The best part about it is that I have been working here all my life.
Now, when I work in catering, it’s a whole different experience.
I can’t imagine not working here anymore.
I have a great time.
My husband and I are very fortunate.
I live with my husband and we have two young children.
I want to do everything I can to help these children.
When they’re old enough, I want them to see what I did.
I know that I can do this job.
Thank you, thank you.
I don’t think anybody can say that.