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In 1989, I wanted to leave the place of my birth and go where people were "as different from Texans as possible!" I was, as my brother called me, a "leftist, pinko, commie, Democrat, feminist" and had been called "honey darlin' sugar sweet thing" just one too many times. Feeling like a fish out of water, I headed to the Pacific Northwest.

Guess what? As much as I love my life on an island in Puget Sound, I actually miss all those ornery good ol' boys and girls. I'm realizing that we need all kinds to address the issues of humanity, and simultaneously that it's true, you can take the girl outa Texas, but you can't take the Texas outa the girl. Thus the name of my business.

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  • Born on October 18
  • Joined January 31, 2009

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paper, previously used fabrics, deeply loved quilts, old buttons, costume jewelry, previously used wood, salvaged papers, chipboards, and more

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In 1989, I wanted to leave the place of my birth and go where people were "as different from Texans as possible!" I was, as my brother called me, a "leftist, pinko, commie, Democrat, feminist" and had been called "honey darlin' sugar sweet thing" just one too many times. Feeling like a fish out of water, I headed to the Pacific Northwest.

Guess what? As much as I love my life on an island in Puget Sound, I actually miss all those ornery good ol' boys and girls. I'm realizing that we need all kinds to address the issues of humanity, and simultaneously that it's true, you can take the girl outa Texas, but you can't take the Texas outa the girl. Thus the name of my business.

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