September 2018

Bachelorette of the Year 2018 Nominee, Andrea Romine

Author: Special to CH2

Andrea Romine
Age: 62
Occupation: Registered Nurse
Hometown: Pensacola, FL

First thing you do every morning?
Feed my dog and cat.

What is something unusual about you?
I go to Moss Creek every weekend to ride my horse.

Who in your life do you trust the most?
Amanda McCall- Friend

What are you afraid of?
Heights

What motivates you?
My career helping people.

If you could switch places with anyone for a day who would it be?
Oprah Winfrey

If you could leave right now, where would you go?
Moss Creek to ride my horse.

Where is your favorite spot in Hilton Head or Bluffton?
Any beach looking out at the ocean.

Do you have a favorite holiday tradition?
Buying children gifts and donating to Toys for Tots.

Would money buy you happiness?
No, but it makes life easier.

What are two of your strengths?
Honesty and dedication.

Person you most look up to:
My now deceased brother, he was 12 years older than me and always there to support me.

How do you spend your free time?
Horse riding, playing golf, gym workouts, reading and playing cards with friends.

Are you spiritual or religious?
I am a Christian. I thank God every morning for the blessings in my life. I pray when I need answers.

Do you have a pet?
Horse- Renegade
Dog- Gilligan
Cat- Sadie

Cat or Dog? Dog
Heels or Flats? Heels
Cook or Eat Out? Eat Out

What is your drink of choice?
Flavored water or red wine

Give us three words your friends might use to describe you:
Fun, Outgoing, Accepting

What would you say your greatest accomplishment thus far is?
Going back to school for my BSN, while working full-time

Would you say you are a leader or a follower?
Leader

There is a mandatory evacuation for the Lowcountry- what do you not leave home without?
My pets

Favorite local bar or restaurant.
Ruby Lee’s South

Charity you would like to play for:
Volunteers in Medicine

Why does this charity mean so much to you?
I have friend who work with this group. I hear daily about people they have helped and how grateful they are to have a place to go when they are sick.

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