Joined 11 years ago from Beautiful Southern Oregon
I am a new mom who's always had a passion for writing. Being a stay at home mommy has been such a blessing, and I couldn't be more thrilled to take care of my beautiful baby girl, and to write about whatever I want all day.
I love to read. There is nothing better than a good book you can just sink your mind into. Each book opened brings new questions of who will I be today? And what worlds will I explore?
For longer than I've loved reading, I have loved writing. I remember being a small child and making my own books as soon as I learned how to write. One of which being an informative book on frogs and tadpoles, complete with its own cardboard book binding and artistic renderings done by yours truly :)Today I am a currently a college student, finally pursuing my degree in English.
As a proud earth loving Pagan, I try to live a sustainable lifestyle and hope to encourage others to do the same as well with my hubs!
I am looking forward to being a part of the hubpages community!
5 weeks ago
This article discusses the need for sustainable forest management and why selective cutting should be used over clear-cutting as a timber harvest method.
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