Ann Boardman was one of the first women I recognized in Augusta as a strong leader.? The importance of her trust in me, as she secured caterers as a volunteer for organizations or for her own private gatherings, basically launched my career.? She always said, “She’s not afraid of hard work.”? As I began to
An update from Vera in light of the current COVID-19 situation:? What could be worse than the situation we all find ourselves in today?? Surely the death of a loved one from the Coronavirus would be the ultimate tragedy. This is why our Team, as well as many of you that we follow and that
Most girls end up with the nickname “Daddy’s Girl”. For the better part of my life, I heard that nickname in reference to friends, but knew that my life did not involve a dad. My dad died at the age of forty and left my mother to raise five children. I was only seven at
La La Land. The City of Angels. Los Angeles. #TeamVera (Vera + Emily Yates, Creative Director) just returned to the Peach State after a few whirlwind few days on the West Coast. Vera was invited to be a guest on the Hallmark Channel’s Home and Family show a little over a month ago, so we
Custom info for the next Master’s Week. Or Superbowl Party!
Generally, the one feature people comment on and recall about me the most is my smile. Oddly enough, as a third grader, I didn’t like my smile—it was my biggest insecurity because my teeth were so big. Today, it’s hopefully what people remember most about me. There are certainly things that make me smile quite
VeryVera is proud to welcome two new interns to #TeamVera! Kielea Loggins is from Cleveland, GA. She graduated in May from the University of Georgia with a B.S.F.C.S. in Dietetics. Kielea’s main focus will be VeryVera Cooking Camp preparations. Fun fact: she likes to sew using a sewing machine! Rachel Schifter comes to us all