A former lawyer now brand consultant. A Londonite living in New York. Wife, friend, unnatural blonde and runner. Loves films, frisbee and wasabi peas.
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Amy was the perfect guest left the place spotless!
Jonathan came to Seattle for the AWP Conference. He was a wonderful guest in our home and a great person to meet! We would definitely accept him as a guest again and would highly recommend him to others.
Amy and Jon were wonderful guests and absolutely no problems at all for us. They were always friendly and cheerful, courteous, independent, bright, curious about all kinds of things, cooperative and considerate, and left our place clean. These guests were a pleasure to have with us this time & always welcome back here. No host could ask for more from guests; highly recommended to any future host!
Amy is a very nice tenant. Everything was so clean when i came back. I would absolutly recommand her as your future tenant. Communication was simple and polite. She's welcome back when she wants.
Highly recommended - Amy was a fabulous guest. She was very professional and easy to communicate with. When she checked out everything was clean and in great shape. Having Amy to stay was super easy, and she is always welcome back!
amy was a great quest! Her friend and her were on there way out all the time exploring the area! The best way to travel,enjoy the area!
I really appreciate it when someone has a great time!
they were quiet and they did not even stay for breakfast!
I have known Amy for a MASSIVE 12 years now, almost to the day. We met at university in Cambridge where we studied law, played hockey and (just occasionally of course) frequented the bar together. We then lived together through law school and when we first moved to London as trainee solicitors before Amy disappeared to Moscow and then moved in with her now husband (a "major new voice in British fiction") Jon. We also had the pleasure of travelling together in Oz and shared the joys of learning to dive, surf (not hugely successfully) and keep the dingos at bay....I think one of the dingos on Fraser Island is still the proud owner of one of Amy's undergarments.....
12 years later and still friends (notwithstanding a move across the pond) a more reliable and trustworthy person you could not hope to meet, certainly a safe pair of hands as a housemate. Added bonus that Amy is great fun to be around and will have something in common with everyone given her eclectic taste in extra curricular activities - anything from partaking in the London marathon, attending art exhibitions and literary festivals, bee-keeping to just plain cocktails after work. And never once in the years we lived together did she leave her washing up in the sink or laundry in the machine for others to attend to.....not much more you could hope for.