Tifny

Tifny

  • Occupation: Legal Assistant
  • Hometown: Kennewick, WA
  • Tenure: 3 Years
  • College: Washington State University

Learn More About This Sea Gal

Occupation:  Legal Assistant

High School:  Southridge High School (Kennewick, WA)

College: Washington State Univeristy

Major or Degree:  Bachelor of Science

Years as a Sea Gal:  3 Years

Dance Background: Jazz, Pom, Hip Hop, and Cheerleading.

Hobbies: Cooking, traveling, scrapbooking, having crazy dog park adventures with my pup, playing board games, and spending time with family and friends.

Major Goal I Have Met:  Learning the act of self sufficiency. After college, I moved two thousand miles away from family and friends to Dallas, TX. I lived alone and supported myself. It was hard.  There were days when all I wanted to do was curl up, cry, and wait for someone to rescue me. The most valuable lesson I have ever learned is how to be my own hero. I know now that no matter what challenges life presents me, I am capable of facing them head on, and I can absolutely rescue myself.

Best Experience: This past spring I was vacationing with my boyfriend on the beautiful island of Kauai.  One evening, while relaxing on the beach in Poipu, watching the sunset over the waves, he took a knee and asked me to marry him.  The overwhelming feelings of happiness, joy, and love will continue for the rest of my life and I am so blessed to be able to live happily ever after with my best friend.

How I Stay Fit: I like organized fitness classes and really enjoy Pure Barre studios. It’s a GREAT workout that combines my favorite elements of cardio and weights to really strengthen my body through a dance based workout.  It’s all about the Lift-Tone-Burn!

Best Advice: My Mom always tells me “Be open to the possibilities; sometimes life gets tough, but consider it a challenge, rather than calling it a crisis”.  I have tried to embrace this philosophy by living with an open mind and a happy heart.  I never rule out options, and I am always up for new challenges, I don’t ever want to miss an opportunity in disguise!

Best Part of Being a Sea Gal: Being a Sea Gal is so much more than just a game day wave of the pom poms. It’s about being a part of the greatest group of fans in the NFL, and supporting an organization that has brought so many smiles to the Northwest. I have made lifelong friendships and will always have a little of the Sea Gal spirit in my heart.  Go 12!

Gallery

Occupation:  Legal Assistant

High School:  Southridge High School (Kennewick, WA)

College: Washington State Univeristy

Major or Degree:  Bachelor of Science

Years as a Sea Gal:  3 Years

Dance Background: Jazz, Pom, Hip Hop, and Cheerleading.

Hobbies: Cooking, traveling, scrapbooking, having crazy dog park adventures with my pup, playing board games, and spending time with family and friends.

Major Goal I Have Met:  Learning the act of self sufficiency. After college, I moved two thousand miles away from family and friends to Dallas, TX. I lived alone and supported myself. It was hard.  There were days when all I wanted to do was curl up, cry, and wait for someone to rescue me. The most valuable lesson I have ever learned is how to be my own hero. I know now that no matter what challenges life presents me, I am capable of facing them head on, and I can absolutely rescue myself.

Best Experience: This past spring I was vacationing with my boyfriend on the beautiful island of Kauai.  One evening, while relaxing on the beach in Poipu, watching the sunset over the waves, he took a knee and asked me to marry him.  The overwhelming feelings of happiness, joy, and love will continue for the rest of my life and I am so blessed to be able to live happily ever after with my best friend.

How I Stay Fit: I like organized fitness classes and really enjoy Pure Barre studios. It’s a GREAT workout that combines my favorite elements of cardio and weights to really strengthen my body through a dance based workout.  It’s all about the Lift-Tone-Burn!

Best Advice: My Mom always tells me “Be open to the possibilities; sometimes life gets tough, but consider it a challenge, rather than calling it a crisis”.  I have tried to embrace this philosophy by living with an open mind and a happy heart.  I never rule out options, and I am always up for new challenges, I don’t ever want to miss an opportunity in disguise!

Best Part of Being a Sea Gal: Being a Sea Gal is so much more than just a game day wave of the pom poms. It’s about being a part of the greatest group of fans in the NFL, and supporting an organization that has brought so many smiles to the Northwest. I have made lifelong friendships and will always have a little of the Sea Gal spirit in my heart.  Go 12!

Gallery

 

Photos of this Sea Gal

Videos of this Sea Gal

Sea Gals on Facebook