Hi, my name is Nicole and apparently I forgot what day it was. It’s donut day. Oh wait, unless you’re at the shop every Wednesday, you probably didn’t know that. So what is it… It’s diver interview day. I’m not at the shop today so no donuts, therefore no remembering that it’s Wednesday which makes this diver interview post a little late. Luckily I remembered it is Wednesday so I can go to British Comic novel today which is my Wednesday night class. But, luckily for you, I remembered that today is Wednesday, which means that it is Diver Interview day. Today’s diver would be none other than Jennifer Crosswhite. Quick, funny story. I’ve had her picture for her post picked out for a while now, I just had to catch up with her to be able to interview her. Luckily at the Chili Cookoff this year I was sitting beside her with my laptop; she wasn’t able to run. Oh wait, that sounds vindictive. I’m not vindictive… Anyway, you get the point. I finally caught up with her to be able to interview her, which means I have her interview to share today. Welcome Jennifer to the hot seat.
How did you get started diving?
My husband drug me there.
How long have you been diving?
Deb how long have I been diving? 6 years.
How many dives do you make in a typical year?
I only dive in Cozumel.
What other hobbies do you have?
I work all the time. I’m really boring.
Where is your favorite place to dive?
What is your most comical dive experience?
We went our first initial dive. The hotel had one of their glasses down there. Grady said that’s it, you need to have something in your hands. So from then on I dive with an empty bottle. On one of the dives I dropped my bottle and Grady had to grab it for me.
What is your occupation?
Words of wisdom/tips or tricks for fellow divers?
Don’t panic, you can dive when your mask is fogged up.