|Petřín Hill, Prague; Czech Republic|
I grew up in Greenport, New York--a small harbor village on the East End of Long Island. I like boater hats, mason jars, Mary Janes, and red pea coats. I was educated in liberal arts and accrued a myriad of interests at Smith College; including letter press printing, Classics, education, knitting, rock climbing, and tea drinking. I work as a nursery school teacher at an English language school in Prague. Though my school follows standard Anglo-American pedagogy, I prefer Waldorf education and hope to move to a Waldorf school soon. I make felt toys and Waldorf dolls. I'm 25 going on 70. While living in Prague, I enjoy sitting in parks, hanging out at beer gardens, and Amy's self-researched walking tours. In the past five years, I've lived in Northampton, Massachusetts; DeKalb, Illinois; Daegu, South Korea, Upstate New York, as well as Kolín and Prague in the Czech Republic. This summer, I am going to the West Coast for the first time--and moving there. I do love getting on a plane with all my important possessions and moving to a place I've never seen before.
|Mirabell Palace Garden, Salzburg, Austria|
This blog is a place for me to share the wonderful things I find in my everyday life. I plan to use this forum to share my thrifting finds, crafts, personal style, travels, recipes, and all of life’s little adventures. I am best described as a 27-year-old thrifter, knitter, and friend to all puppies! My other addictions include dresses, oxfords, headbands, and nail polish.