If I had to sum up my resume in two words, they would be: “Bopping Around.”
I’ve bopped around in careers, from elementary school teacher to freelance photographer to nonprofit manager.
I’ve bopped around in location, from suburban Connecticut to Manhattan to Berkeley, California.
Thankfully, the bopping didn’t translate to my relationships: I married a wonderful man over a decade ago. In June 2011, after spending most of our lives in major urban areas, we moved across the country to a small town in the middle of Vermont. We live down a long dirt driveway at the foot of the Green Mountains with our four young daughters, some chickens and ducks, and a sweet but neurotic labradoodle.
I think the bopping stops here. I love the most what I’m doing right now: living in a small town, homeschooling my daughters, caring for our animals and our garden — and writing when I have time! Should you wish to read more of my thoughts, my writing has also appeared in The Longridge Review, On the Willows , Minibury, and The Addison Independent.