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Hi! My name is Suzanne. I have been beading for about 30 years. My designs continue to evolve as I explore the use of new materials in my projects.

I am a full time registered nurse in labor and delivery/obstetrics.
I have been an RN for over 38 years, all in obstetrics, and I love what I do!

I grew up in Fresno but every summer my family lived in Yosemite National Park, CA. Dad was a seasonal Park Ranger, so from Memorial Day until Labor Day every summer we lived in Yosemite Valley in a tent cabin of sorts. We had a wood stove and cold running water! I grew up swimming in the river, riding bikes, hiking, fly fishing and sitting around campfires watching the Fire Fall at night. It was an incredible place to grow up! Yosemite Valley is my favorite place and the most beautiful place on earth!…

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  • Female
  • Born on January 20
  • Joined January 24, 2009

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Moonstone, Garnet, Labradorite And All Gemstones, Freshwater Pearls, Sterling Silver, Marcasite, Lampwork Art Glass, Swarovski Crystal, Brass, Copper, Color And Leaded Pencils, Hardware Store And Tire Stem Brass

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Hi! My name is Suzanne. I have been beading for about 30 years. My designs continue to evolve as I explore the use of new materials in my projects.

I am a full time registered nurse in labor and delivery/obstetrics.
I have been an RN for over 38 years, all in obstetrics, and I love what I do!

I grew up in Fresno but every summer my family lived in Yosemite National Park, CA. Dad was a seasonal Park Ranger, so from Memorial Day until Labor Day every summer we lived in Yosemite Valley in a tent cabin of sorts. We had a wood stove and cold running water! I grew up swimming in the river, riding bikes, hiking, fly fishing and sitting around campfires watching the Fire Fall at night. It was an incredible place to grow up! Yosemite Valley is my favorite place and the most beautiful place on earth!

“Fatdog” is the nickname my dad called my sister and I (and eventually our mom). It is a VERY personal, meaningful and endearing term for us.

“Fatdogskinnycat” was a little quiz song he sang to my sister and me:
“(he said) What does the fatdog say? (we responded) Bow wow!
What does the skinnycat say? Meeoow!
What does the birdie say? Tweet tweet!
What does the mouser say? Eek eek!”

“Fatdog” is used in honor of dad’s memory.

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