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Occupation mom, student, teacher, artist, following my highest truth
Location United States
Introduction Me- mom, and all the hats that go with it. And with my kids I endeavor to make a creative world. Creating with arts and crafts, yarn, dirt, photos, digital. And this is my journey. I always thought I would have fascinating job, and refused to be like anyone else. Well, now I have a carrier as a teacher, with the husband, the 4 kids a dog and the house in the country. I don't have a white picket fence though. Mine is a green wire fence. And you know what I am good with this. Really. But I miss my creative self, so right now I am taking time off of teacher, and more time as momma (YEA!) and remembering my creative, kaigirl not like other people self. Yea. Good to go. Should I put pigtails in my hair?
Interests my children, bell ringing, singing, letterboxing, solving mazes, writing, reading, scrapbooking, SBC 4.0, games and gaming, drawing, photography, music, hiking, camping, cooking, baking, chickens, gardening, finding new mystical and wonderful places, drumming, vegetarian, did I mention my children?, color, hobbits, waterfalls, teaching, learning, creating, hot popcorn with butter and salt, cold ice cream with peanutbutter, amazing chocolate (and remembering my chocolate gods from college), good friends, laughter, spirituality, oneness, connections, druids, blue skies, quiet snowfalls, rolling down hills, leaf piles
Favorite Movies Lord of the Rings, Star Wars (4-6 I'm a traditonalist, don't even get me started on Battlestar Galatica), Bond and anything from Jane Austin.
Favorite Music Celtic, Jazz, Country, Rock, Christmas, umm most anything.
Favorite Books Tolkien, Anne of Green Gables, Little House on the Praire, J.D. Robb, Potter, Nora Roberts (the cletic stuff), Septimis Heap, Sesame Street, Rick Riordan, Shakespear, SARK

When you spilled the milk, did it look like the moon?

It looked like a moonshadow, the ever elusive and changing self that hides from the eyes as it hid itself under the plates of breakfast.