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Industry Education
Occupation preschool teacher
Location Smalltown, Southwestern Virginia, United States
Introduction Literally translated, oya baka is a japanese word that means "parent stupid". We moved to Appalachia after spending six years in Portland, Oregon. Our native Oregonian is fourteen years old now, and the little man is ten. Ruby June is seven. We just moved into a 130 year old farmhouse in the Blue Ridge Mountains, and I like homemade music, chickens, taking photos, kimchi making, bread kneading, seed planting, star gazing, tent camping, coffee drinking, zinnias, borage flowers, sunflowers, Adrienne Rich, the smell of old books, candle smoke, red wine, wood fires, Mary Oliver, dark beer, sriracha, and knitting on the back porch. By day, I teach preschool.
Interests old time music, clog dancing, playgrounds, cooking, cello, making music, travel, paint, birdwatching, dotted swiss, vintage anything, japanese, mushrooms, sewing, mama is really into chickens, goats, banjos, and grits
Favorite Movies My Neighbor Totoro, Lost in Translation, Mystery Train, The Tin Drum, The Lives of Others, Chunking Express, To Kill a Mockingbird
Favorite Music Banjos, the Everybodyfields, The Be Good Tanyas, Dave Rawlings, Avett Brothers, Richard Thompson, The Greatful Dead, The Blackberry Bushes, Yonder Mountain String Band, Joni Mitchell, Rickie Lee Jones, Lucinda Williams, classic rock, jazz, funk
Favorite Books One Hundred Years of Solitude, Look Homeward Angel, The Poisonwood Bible, Leaves of Grass, The Sun Also Rises, Foxfire

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