Ms. Justus is an optimistic conversationalist with a fondness for the color pink. She’s known for her delightful and wholesome exclamations such as “A-OK!” and “good gravy, Matilda!” and is well-regarded by clients and colleagues for her prompt and positive nature.
In her ideal backstory, Addie was born into royalty in a small, unknown country, but because of her family’s extensive wealth and power, was forced to relocate to the U.S. As a French minor, she prefers to read her Harry Potter books in the language of love. Her favorite part about this experience is the French term for “wand” — baguette magique.
She doesn’t react well to people who interrupt others, the sound of vacuuming, or gluten. She once licked her newborn sister to realize her dream of being a dog.
She would happily live out the rest of her days as an eccentric billionaire “committing” random acts of kindness.
Bonus random fact!
Sage Advice She’s Been Given: “French people love to talk, so nod along if you don’t understand and they’ll eventually stop and walk away.” – French teacher’s advice for surviving abroad
Dogs or Cats: Dogs. They are man’s best friend!
Choice Movie Quote: “Whoever said orange was the new pink was seriously disturbed.” – Legally Blonde
What She Is NOT: An outfit repeater. A pessimist. Opposed to cuddling. Scared of being alone. A spelling bee champion. Capable of budgeting during the holidays. Quiet during sporting events.
Rock, Paper, or Scissors: Paper. It’s the versatile choice.
Favored Menu: Carrots and popcorn dipped in peanut butter
Preferred Smells: Vanilla, tulips, fresh-cut grass, croissants
Bert or Ernie: They’re useless individually.
Laverne or Shirley: I don’t know those people.
TV Habits: Game of Thrones, Modern Family, Friends
Fantasy Vacation: A very extravagant, no-end-date European excursion.
What She IS: Fluent in French. A crier. Independent. A natural blonde. Afraid of spiders. A people-person.