In Touch With Nirisa Adams

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In Touch with Nirisa Adams

May 23, 2018

workblogLet’s learn a little more about Nirisa Adams…


What genre of music would you be and why?
I would say a little bit of pop and a little soft rock (i.e. Jack Johnson, John Mayer). I consider myself to be fun and outgoing, and a little bit of a day dreamer.

Are you a sweet or salty person? I have a huge sweet tooth; it’s not good. It was way worse when I was pregnant, but at least I had an excuse. The other day I was eating cake in the morning just because. I love dipping chocolate chip cookies with my morning tea. YUM!
Would you take one million dollars to erase 15 years off your life and fast forward 15 years?
No way!  While I like retail therapy every now and then, no amount of money can replace time. Life is too precious.
If someone were to take a candid picture of you – what would you be caught doing?
I have a 6 month old and 2 dogs. They keep me pretty busy. If I’m not working, I’m usually home running around with them.
workblog2What is your ideal type of house to live in?
My ideal type of house would be something that is open with lots of natural light. If it’s by the water that’s an added bonus!  My in-laws live on the Hudson and it is one of the most peaceful and relaxing places!


 

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Alexander is a New York State licensed real estate broker and New York State licensed attorney. A life long upstate New Yorker, Alexander has lived and worked in the Capital Region since 2005. He has ....

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