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Five questions with ... Kenzie Camp of Marion

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    Kenzie Camp

By Kristin Moore
Contributing writer
updated: 12/12/2018 11:57 AM

Q. What is the hardest work you have ever had to do?

The hardest work I think I have ever done was help my boyfriend with our son's outside play set. They're not as easy as they look.

Q. Is life better for you today than, say, five years ago?

My life is definitely better today. I have learned from my mistakes, I have a wonderful boyfriend who is my best friend, and I get to watch our amazing son grow every day. You live and learn!

Q. Are Americans too sensitive to criticism, and if so, why?

I think people today are way quicker to judge each other. They feel way more entitled to their opinion, in a way that offends them when someone else has a different opinion. People aren't respecting others' decisions and choices just because they differ from their own.

Q. What is your fondest Christmas memory?

My fondest Christmas memory is being a child and having Santa visit me at home. I grew up to know it was my Dad's friend dressed as him, but he always surprised me!

Q. What is the best way to reduce childhood obesity in the United States?

I think one of the best ways to reduce it is stop giving kids soda at such a young age. Also, not letting them eat fast food as much. As a mother, I know it's hard to provide a good heart-healthy meal every single day, but our goal should be set high enough to provide that meal more times than not.