|Occupation||Farm Intern (disaster relief volunteer and doula on the side)|
|Location||Seattle, WA, United States|
|Introduction||Spinning yarn. Canning food. Digging in the dirt and planting vegetables. Calling both Puget Sound and rural Utah home. Attending births as a doula. Disaster Relief Volunteer. Knitting. Farm dreaming. Sewing. Loving life. These are my letters home.|
|Interests||Yarn, knitting, NPR, family, farms, bicycles, cooking, canning, foraging, volunteerism, nudity, sewing, crochet, Sunday dinner, tea, spicy food, backpacking, spinning yarn, photos, friends, conversation, laughter, learning, dance, community, camping, gardening, AmeriCorps, childbirth, Red Cross, cross country skiing cats, dogs, river cottage.|
|Favorite Music||Kitchen table country, a folk music genre.|
Which do you prefer and why: whittling with soap or whistling with wood?
Whittling with soap is very useful; the leftover pieces work as a washable fabric marker for sewing projects.