Perhaps the most important thing you’ll want to know about me is that I’m the mom of two small humans.
So, I get it. I know that you love your kids so deeply that it actually hurts sometimes, and I understand the frustration you feel when they push Every. Last. Button. I get it.
You don't need to worry about impressing me, and you certainly don't have to tidy up for me. Because I've seen it all, and I get it.
I learned to drive on a 1979 Volkswagen Rabbit.
I'm really big on hugs. (Don't say I didn't warn you!)
I’m a pretty good Scrabble player.
In a perfect world, I'd meditate for 10 minutes every morning and evening.
I love the smell of lavender and lilacs.
I dance and sing a little every day. Not particularly well, but still.
I’m old enough to remember the wonderful simplicity of life before smartphones existed.
I have a master's degree in social work.
"The Golden Girls" may be the best show ever to air on television. Ever.
I have allowed my children to make an entire meal out of french fries more times than I care to admit.
Seeing how other people live fascinates me. I've always been a bit of a voyeur when it comes to human nature and relationships, which is probably why I make the kinds of photos that I make.
It's a wonderful thing to see ourselves through someone else's eyes. To celebrate what’s authentic in the seemingly mundane. To have a chance to see that, in the end, it's all good, it's all beautiful, and it's everything that it's supposed to be.
Even the messy bits.