Farmgirl Susan

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About me

Gender Female
Occupation Writer, Photographer, Sheep Farmer, Organic Gardener,
Location Missouri, United States
Introduction Nearly everyone dreams of moving to the country at some point, but few people are crazy enough to actually do it. I'm one of those few. The short version: I'm a 45-year-old former cultured California chick happily turned manure mucking Missouri farmgirl. Seventeen years ago I moved sight unseen to the middle of nowhere and have almost never looked back. The extended version can be found on my About Page: http://www.farmgirlfare.com/p/about-me.html
Interests organic heirloom gardening, artisan bread baking, cooking, eating, cookbooks and recipes, raising sheep, dogs, cats, donkeys, books & reading, movies, graphic design, bird nests, heart shaped rocks, vintage linens and aprons, kitchenware, brightly colored bowls and colanders, beacon blankets, bakelite jewelry, 1920s-1950s style & stuff, vintage enamelware (my latest obsession), pretty much anything to do with food
Favorite Movies Mostly Martha, Out Of Africa, Phenomenon, Broadcast News, Joe Versus The Volcano, Adaptation, Two Weeks Notice, The Holiday, New in Town, Chocolat, Failure to Launch, Must Love Dogs, Sleepless in Seattle, Medicine Man, The Mosquito Coast, The Italian Job, Good Will Hunting, The Thomas Crown Affair, The Horse Whisperer, Sweet Home Alabama, Six Days and Seven Nights, Love Actually, Cary Grant films
Favorite Music A wide variety: Mozart, Bach, Vivaldi, Marc Antoine, Brian Culbertson, Chris Botti, Diana Krall, Sade, Norah Jones, Harry Connick Jr., James Taylor, Carly Simon, Joni Mitchell, Carole King, Carlos Santana, Rob Thomas, Rosanne Cash, Beatles, Rolling Stones, Paul Simon, Nanci Griffith, Shawn Colvin, Carrie Newcomer, Lucinda Williams, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen, Sting, Uncle Kracker, Talking Heads, Aaron Neville, John Mayer, Van Morrison & lots more!
Favorite Books Everything from Elsbeth Huxley's 'Flame Trees Of Thika' to Judith Ryan Hendricks' 'Bread Alone' and 'The Laws of Harmony' to Dan Brown's 'The DaVinci Code' and 'The Lost Symbol' —and about a million in between. I love books!