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I make stuff. That's pretty much it. My hands are best kept busy. I make things that will last a long time and hopefully that will be passed down to future generations. I like pretty things and trendy things, but I try to maintain a timeless quality in my work. I am drawn toward rediscovering lost arts. I enjoy working with leather, sewing, drawing, painting, singing and playing instruments. I love bikes and Jesus. Not necessarily in that order. That's probably a statement best made in two separate sentences. I have a rockin' husband who has just recently added his own woodsy nook to the shop. He's crafty too. Together we have two kids that we homeschool. We're brainwashing them to love riding bikes as well. Our 10 year old has ridden 70 miles in one shot, and our 9 year old has a personal record of 32 miles in a day. (So says the proud parent.) It's in our grand master plan to bike the Pacific Coast with the whole…

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  • Joined August 18, 2009

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Leather, wool, steel, copper, brass, brown paper, wood

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About

I make stuff. That's pretty much it. My hands are best kept busy. I make things that will last a long time and hopefully that will be passed down to future generations. I like pretty things and trendy things, but I try to maintain a timeless quality in my work. I am drawn toward rediscovering lost arts. I enjoy working with leather, sewing, drawing, painting, singing and playing instruments. I love bikes and Jesus. Not necessarily in that order. That's probably a statement best made in two separate sentences. I have a rockin' husband who has just recently added his own woodsy nook to the shop. He's crafty too. Together we have two kids that we homeschool. We're brainwashing them to love riding bikes as well. Our 10 year old has ridden 70 miles in one shot, and our 9 year old has a personal record of 32 miles in a day. (So says the proud parent.) It's in our grand master plan to bike the Pacific Coast with the whole family a few more years down the line. Canada to Mexico and all the US in between. One of the perks of homeschooling is having adventures like that.

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