I grew up in Oberlin, Ohio.
I became a resident of Boston after high school in 1993.
One thing I always say is that Boston is just like my hometown, but it’s a city. They’re both college towns, with lovely Victorian architecture, parks and trees, cute local businesses, and they are both full of smart, mostly liberal folks from around the world. So I live here because it reminds me of home, but it’s more exciting than Ohio.
So, in 2005, I purchased a large Victorian home in a residential neighborhood of Boston, right in the heart of the city. The house has five separate apartments, each one unique and delightful. But one of the best features is outside the home, and that is the yard. The house is on a 14,000 sq. foot lot, which makes the yard one of the biggest you’ll find in the heart of the city.
About myself, I am a member of the local food community, and I work within it as well. I enjoy cooking, gardening, dancing, The Simpsons, being a homeowner, sewing, history, sitting around with friends, community activities, and reading non-fiction.
I’m glad this website exists! One more amazing thing that the internet has made available for us.