Me. From back when I straightened my hair. And the world was in black and white.
For most of my childhood, my dad was the film critic for one of the two local daily newspapers, as well as for the most popular local talk-radio and TV station. He was something of a community celebrity. (Once, Robert Redford called our house. OUR HOUSE! I answered the phone, but I only spoke to the secretary. Dad spoke to the man...) For us kids, this meant free "sneak preview" movie screenings, hundreds of movies in our home VHS collection, as well as a life filled with other types of entertainment, both on and off screen. My dad is a funny man, a great writer, and my hero. I'm proud to be his daughter.

My sister Jen and me (right) in St. George, September 2012
I'm also a happy wife and mother of four Superkids, and I wear many other nametags. I am an elementary school librarian in a rural town in Utah, and on Sundays, I teach worshipful music to the children in my church congregation. I'm a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Yep! I'm a Mormon.

Hobbies: singing soprano, writing, reading, gardening, family history
Favorites: Anything involving my children, my three brothers and three sisters, chocolate, "cheater" sushi (tempura), the smell of rain in summer, the Pacific Ocean and Disneyland.

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