To me, Sabrina is an enigma. On the surface, you might perceive her to be put together and polished. You might also assume that "looking good" and having confidence is vain. But, if you get to know Sabrina, as I have over the years, you'll find that although she's beautiful, she also has depth. Sabrina is real. "My sister and I were born with silver spoons in our mouths," Sabrina said. Although her family were originally blessed with the provisions to sustain a life of quality, they were also victims of the 2008 economic recession. At that time, they had lost everything. Sabrina and her whole family had to work to make ends meet. Her values were challenged and reformed at a young age. The word "quality" expanded for her to envelop concepts like relationships, sharing, kindness, confidence, humor, education, hard work and transparency. "This is so cliche and cheesy...but I'm passionate about life," Sabrina laughed. "I zone out about how great life is." That passion for life stems from a developing confidence in who she wants to be. I'm sure that figurative seed was planted by her parents believing in her and her sister. Every day was a day for growth when Sabrina's schedule consisted of playing the flute, horseback riding, piano, figure-skating and how to speak Chinese. Despite the effect of hardships, she's been encouraged to try new things and to believe in herself. That has brought her to be a woman who works for everything and look good, too. "Even if I feel like I'm not cute, I tell myself I am," Sabrina stated.