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About me

Industry Non-Profit
Occupation Momma
Location P-town, Oregon, United States
Introduction I am called a wife, mom, daughter, sister, friend, child of God and maybe a few other things! Life can be crazy and is always changing. My sensitive and imaginative daughter, Claire, and sweet baby, Ruby, keep me on my toes and madly in love. I am devoted to my girls and my amazing, awesome, handsome, wonderful, loving, loyal husband, Chris! Overall, I'm learning, day by day, what it means to love Jesus and be loved by Him.
Interests interior design, furniture upholstery, textile design, world travel, India, word games (no crosswords though!), seeing movies at cheap theaters, riding my bike, jogging (it's been awhile), health-care, coffee, guitar, piano, sewing, making my own rules when it comes to sewing, good movies, CS Lewis, ceramics, planning parties, reading blogs, baking, mall-walking, 5k's, nutrition, balanced living, losing weight, learning patience, miscarriage/infant loss
Favorite Movies Thanks to my husband, all the Die Hard, Terminator, and Rambo movies. Seriously, they're awesome. Jane Eyre (2011)...amazing. Children of Men...maybe my absolute favorite? Moon. I love movies where there's maybe only 1 or 2 characters. And I love Sam Rockwell. Period piece movies (Young Victoria, BBC Masterpiece theater, etc). Zoolander always makes me laugh. Inception. A movie I could watch many times, I think. Many more. I *AM* married to a movie enthusiast.
Favorite Music Classical (especially Tchaikovsky), Vitamin String Quartet, The Whitest Boy Alive, The Darkness, Dragonforce, David Boone, David Bowie, The Beatles, also anything with an accordian (esp the soundtrack from Amelie), Neko Case, Brandi Carlile, KT Tunstall, Mumford and Sons, The Civil Wars, Ben Folds, Fleet Foxes, Civil Wars, Rufus Wainwright, The Weepies
Favorite Books Out of the Silent Planet, Perelandra, That Hideous Strength, A Picture of Dorian Gray, A Grief Observed, The Great Divorce, David Copperfield, Brave New World, The Bible, An Altar in the World, Jane Eyre. To be honest, I'm finally, slowly beginning to read again. I have kinda hated it for awhile but learning to love it again.