Occupation: Art Teacher
Education: Masters in Fine Art in 2014, Bachelors in Fine Art in 2016
Favorite Color: Green
Favorite Book: 11/22/63 by Stephen King
Favorite Food: Fruity Pebbles
Favorite Vacation: Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in summer 2021
Favorite Season: Fall for the crisp, cool weather
Favorite Cartoon: Rugrats, specifically Chuckie Finster
Favorite Memory From Childhood: A girls trip to Gatlinburg, Tennessee with my relatives.
Hobbies: Reading, true crime podcasts, hand sewing, live theatre, attending college sporting events
|We Prefer a Child Who Is…|
|Gender:||I have no preferences for gender.|
|Race:||I have no preferences for ethnicity.|
|Openness:||Open or Closed, Letters, Updates and Visits|
When I was 13 years old I wrote a letter to my mom outlining my future goals. Included in that outline was adopting a child. Adoption has been on my heart for most of life. As I’ve moved through adulthood I’ve always wanted a family, and for the past couple years adoption has weighed heavy on me. I have been learning as much as I can about the process and have decided that it is time to act on what I’ve learned. When my mom returned the letter I’d written as a child that she’d saved for all of those years I knew I was making the right decision moving forward with adoption.