Metalsmith, birth worker, knitter and artist. This is where I get to talk about the reality and all that.
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I’m a full spectrum doula when I’m not in the art studio. Below The Line Birth Services – doula support in Los Angeles. I specialize in compassionate and professional support of non-traditional families and schedules, artists, and folks who work in the entertainment and music industries. My practice is inclusive of traditional, LGBT, poly, surrogate parents, adoptive parents, birth parents, and single parents. Because the last thing you need during a major transition is judgment about your life choices.
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Category Archives: gratitude
Well not exactly like walking to Mordor. Better, actually, because there are no orcs and I’ve got Netflix, Trader Joe’s dark chocolate covered peppermint JoJos, and instant hot chocolate instead of lembas bread. Ok, the analogy is a stretch, I’ll … Continue reading
I love these things about my simple life. 1. important messages writ large in sidewalk chalk. 2. The 3 year old who lives at the end of the block bringing offerings of little yellow wildflowers because she is (not … Continue reading
…in a word? Bloody brilliant! The weekend started out spectacularly when I fell down our stairs at 5:30 in the morning (that’ll larn me to try to walk without coffee) and pulled and strained a bunch of things that are … Continue reading
The huge horrible task of taking our very overgrown and wild yard down to bare earth and creating a fire-safe zone around the cabin is done. The last of the bags of detritus went off to the slash pile this … Continue reading
The Nuthouse is finally beginning to resemble a place where someone lives. The weather has started to turn from hot hot summer to crisp autumn. Days are still warm, but the nights and mornings… oh they aren’t so warm. The Nuthouse … Continue reading
I think my favorite part of moving in is finding the little things that make something feel like it’s yours, like you live here and not some other person whose life is unfamiliar. I love making a new place pretty … Continue reading