farra. I’m a giver. If I think I’ve upset you, my heart becomes heavy and a pit forms in my stomach. I’m a hybrid of a morning and night person, which means I can function on not much sleep, but I probably need more. Music really does move me. I cry at “Beaches” because friendship can be that dramatic. I love to bake. I dream about French lace, light summer breezes and life’s conversations over a cup of anything. I get scared that I’m not living my most richest and fulfilling life, so I ask myself if I am everyday. People with confidence inspire me. Drinking out of pretty glasses with detail and gold make me smile. I accept life's challenges because they always seem to bring me closer to me. I'm superstitious. I love food, not just any food; I love a simple meal with real people in a home. I rearrange the furniture in my home at least once a month. I love architecture and design, but don't really know a thing about either. I was a vegetarian for over 15 years, macrobiotic for 2 of those years and vegan for about 8 of those. I eat meat now, but have forums in my mind when I’m eye to eye with a baby goat. Wrinkles tell stories and are beautiful. I dream about cooking in oaxaca with an old mexican woman as she shares the secrets of her mole. I say align yourself with those who share what's important to you out of life. I get so excited sometimes it's hard to bring me back to the present moment. I should trust my intuition more, I think it's generally spot on. The idea of gathering my own eggs in the morning and listening to squeals and laughter over absolute silence is sometimes all I can think about. Less is always more. Brass and copper steal my heart. I think babies love me; or I love them. Either or. A friend once told me to nourish my soul; I think that's good advice. I like when things have a purpose; If they don't, I say get rid of it. Some things just make me happy and I say hold on to those. I'm an onward and upward kinda girl, it suites me. I like herringbone, houndstooth, velvet and leather. I like wood, but the kind of wood that looks like it has a story. I think a life lived in moderation is a life well lived. Forgiveness is a beautiful practice and judgement isn't worth the energy. I have a lot to learn, but I have committed to learning it well and being present for my journey. t’s about the simple moments, the lovely moments, the ones that make your heart warm, your smile big and your soul feel fuller; I’m looking to create those and provide contagious inspiration to make it a part of everyone’s lives.