Well I haven’t had one in a long time ::she has one in her hand during interview:: but I’d have to say Malibu mixed with Limited, AKA Malibuchi
I love mountain biking, rafting, skiing, racquetball, volleyball, gardening, guitar, reading (mostly non fiction) My favorite book in high school was The Road Less Travelled. Now it might be Nourishing Traditions, I reference it all the time. But now I have a 13 year old son and a thriving business so it’s hard to make time for any my favorite things, but I sneak it in every once and a while....
Life is too short to waste time hating anyone. Change the way you think.
I want to be omnipotent and bothered by nothing. Currently my superpower is being spherically well rounded, the ability to see the good in all things and deeply grounded.
For starters it’s so inspiring to start something from nothing and then it’s even more inspiring to attract people that you love and love to work with and create it together. Since I’ve been a young adult, I’ve always want to live in a community and I never knew how that was going to happen and somehow it just evolved through Buchi. I wanted to have an integrated life, where regardless if you’re working or playing you’re around people that you really enjoy being around, so it’s not a superficial relationship but a deep interaction with people you’re around on a daily basis. You go through the highs and lows together and you bust your ass working together. That is pure ecstasy even though it’s a lot of work. Most important is that our kids can grow up in this situation, and they have this amazing pool of people to learn from and gain so much from their interactions. For us it’s 100x better than an isolated family unit.
East Fork Farms Lamb.
Nowhere. I never leave. You may see me at a festival (but only if Buchi is working it)
We’re heading towards it, maybe 5 years from now. Still being around the same people, but not as stressed, more able to travel, to have well adjusted kids and for Buchi to be able to really reinvest what we are creating with other projects and similarly minded people, especially helping other small local businesses get going.