At five, I knew I was going to be a writer, so I taught myself to read. That simple act opened a door to a world full of adventures and places I could only imagine. I wanted it all–for real, so I’d be able to write about it too.
At fifteen I decided to do everything in life at least once. There are still lots of things on my list, but I have managed to accomplish quite a few. I’ve worked at 45 different things for pay, including barrel racing, cake decorating, reupholstering furniture, serger sewing machine mechanic, snowmobile racing, storytelling, teaching, editing, travelling saleslady, and more.
I’ve planted a tree in the Malaysian rainforest, danced with the headhunters of Borneo, snowmobiled 3000 feet up a mountainside across a “terrace,” ridden horseback through the mountains in Yellowstone and Tennessee, ziplined 800 feet from one mountain to another, paddled whitewater rapids, floated miles through an underground river and generally, taken every opportunity life threw at me — plus made more than a few of my own.
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