That Kind of Woman
Pennsylvania born and bred near the Appalachian mountains, second daughter, and small business owner.
Decided to leave behind goals in the city for a rural life that takes her somewhere different everyday.
The Foraker Convas Coat in Harvest, it's light weight but perfect for any activity. At any time I may have a business meeting, a styling job, or be heading out to my parent's farm. Having a classic and functional jacket that can go anywhere with me is a necessity. It layers well over any number of outfits, and perfectly under a heavier coat. It's a piece that shapes itself to your life. As a devoted pocket lover, these are roomy enough for my keys, pocket knife, phone, and anything else I may need to carry that day.
Locally, the Pinnacle trail is fantastic. Just a few weeks ago, a couple lady friends and I made the trek up to the lookout in the early morning and it was such a rewarding experience getting to the view, it overlooks the land I grew up in. Some of my favorite trails in the country were stumbled upon in Oregon and California. The Humboldt Redwood State Park houses many amazing trails.
Ocean. There's something about the ocean, and how coastlines are so different that I just love.
That content feeling that blooms inside you when you find a place that makes you feel that you should be there, right in that moment. That many things led you to be standing there, and that results leaving a piece of yourself in that place.
Oh, jeeze. I'm a pretty open book. Maybe that I chipped my front tooth when I was a kid, and I have a veneer on it? I tried to take a precariously perched ramp jump while riding my big brother's bike and ended taking several trips to the dentist.