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Laura Glenn
Laura Glenn 404-312-8658 www . laglenn . possrealty . com
A Q & A with Laura
Q . What is your favorite Christmas Memory ? A . Having my husband make it home in time for Christmas in 2007 after a long military deployment . Having our family all under one roof safe and sound was all I wanted for Christmas
Q . What was your most memorable gift ? A . My engagement ring !
Q . What is your favorite Christmas carol ? A . Bing Crosby ’ s version of I ’ ll be Home for Christmas
Q . What was your part in the Christmas play ? A . While I was never in a Christmas play I always wanted to be Mary so I could hold baby Jesus .
Q . Do you go all-out with Christmas decorating or keep it sweet and simple ? A . I ’ m an all-out but with lots of simple decorations - so I guess I ’ m a hybrid !
Q . What is your family tradition ? A . With a big family to entertain we always have fun with the “ Oven Mitt Christmas Game ” ( Google videos if you want a good laugh !)

Laura is a native daughter of Georgia , proud Army wife of Colonel Roger Glenn

( retired ) and is passionate about helping her clients achieve their real estate objectives . She is the mother of six , grandmother of three , and has over 25 years of combined experience in sales and account management . She and Roger own a ‘ forever ’ home in Persimmon where they moved after Roger ’ s retirement in the late summer of 2020 .
Laura is a graduate of Central High of School , Carrollton Georgia and studied Nursing at the University of West Georgia . She has served in several key volunteer positions including Family Readiness Group Leader at the 391st Military Police Battalion , Columbus Ohio and Volunteer Coordinator at United States Central Command Family Center , Tampa Florida . Her professional experience includes positions in sales , account management , administration and customer service across several vertical industries .
Laura wants to help her clients find the perfect home , maximize the potential of selling their home and adding value during every phase of a transaction . Her free time is spent enjoying family and friends , and she ’ s a lifelong fan of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta Braves . She is an ardent patriot and advocate for military families and veterans .
Monkey Bread
3 ( 12 ounce ) packages of refrigerated biscuit dough 1 C . white sugar 2 tsp . ground cinnamon 1 / 2 C . margarine 1 C . packed brown sugar 1 / 2 C . chopped walnuts 1 / 2 C . raisins
Preheat oven to 350 degrees . Grease one 9 or 10 inch Bundt ® pan . Mix white sugar and cinnamon in a plastic bag Cut biscuits into quarters . Shake 6 to 8 biscuit pieces in the sugar / cinnamon mixture . Arrange pieces in the bottom of the prepared pan . Continue until all biscuits are coated and place in pan . If using nuts and raisins , arrange them in and among the biscuit pieces as you go along .
In a small saucepan , melt the margarine with the brown sugar over medium heat . Boil for 1 minute . Pour over the biscuits . Bake for 35 minutes . Let cool in pan for 10 minutes , then turn out onto a plate . Do not cut ! The bread just falls apart .
Q . What is your go-to Christmas recipe ? A . Monkey Bread !
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