Ashley Hampton spent many poignant hours with her grandmother, Harriet Rodbell Hampton.
Although her grandmother’s multiple sclerosis made it impossible to have heart-to-heart conversations, they shared tender moments.
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What are your hobbies?
Dance (ballet, modern dance and hip hop). Drawing, sketching and painting. And baking.
What is the best book you’ve read?
‘The Great Gatsby. It taught me a lot about the different viewpoints of society at that time, and the love story was interesting. It was better than the movie because there was more detail in the book.’
Who is your hero?
What is the best advice you’ve been given?
‘It was from my dad (Roger) who always says to wake up and smell the roses and make the best out of every day.’
What are your future plans?
‘I want to major in psychology and maybe minor in art. I am interested in psychology because I want to help people. People tell me that I give good advice, and I am known to be a mediator.’