Hi! I’m Farmgirl and I live in the beautiful state of Alaska.
The winters here are crisp and beautiful while the summers are great for camping and playing ultimate Frisbee.
I live on a small 20 acre hobby farm. I am surrounded by aspen and spruce trees with maybe 5 birch trees in the mix. I spend my time writing, gardening, grazing sheep and goats, and doing all sorts of other things. Be prepared for a long list of my hobbies.
Watercolor painting and adding in ink details with micron pens
Spinning my sheep’s wool into yarn
Reading lots and lots of books
Listening to music ~ Solo violin, classical, Taylor Davis, Lindsey Stirling, and a variety of movie background tracks.
Listening to Focus on The Family Productions~ Radio theater & Adventures in Odyssey
Writing fantasy stories
Baking ( mostly sweet things)
Ultimate Frisbee – I could play this game for a long time!
Playing Irish Penny Whistle
Planting and harvesting plants
~Things I have tried but want to do again~
Making pottery on the wheel (I have only done this a couple of times but it is so fun and definitely worth doing again.)
Favorite cookies: Chocolate chip cookies and shortbread cookies
Favorite Movies: Lord of the Rings is a favorite but I don’t have an ultimate favorite. There are lots of good ones out there.
Favorite Super Hero: Captain America
Favorite Book: I cannot answer this but here are a few of my top favorites:
Favorite Farm Animal: Sheep, Kitten, Duck, Cow, and Chicken
Favorite Animal: Red Fox and Owl
Favorite Fantasy Creature: Phoenix
Favorite (my own creation) Fantasy Creature: I would have to say a Heppord or a *Farim. A heppord is a leopard/horse creature while a Farim is a mouse with butterfly wings.
Favorite Hot Beverage: Homemade hot chocolate with whipped cream
Favorite cold beverage: glass of cold goat’s milk. Add some chocolate and that’s good too.
Ultimate Goal: To be a tool, example, and servant for the One True God
*Farim; creature’s name is still undecided. I am not sure if I like it yet. For now, the winged mouse creatures will be called Farims.