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Hi all, I'm a quirky, adventurous, open-minded, creative, and generous 34-year old SWF searching for a partner. I currently live in the suburbs north of Atlanta and have a career in the science field. Ideally, I'd like to live in rural GA in a more sustainable fashion. I have experience gardening - I mainly grow herbs which I sell as loose, ground, or in herb blends (either for teas or for incense). I'd love to expand the operation with a partner who enjoys nature and wants to live more in tune with the seasons. I have an 11-year old, have a partially-immobile parent living with me, and definitely want to expand my family. Outside of gardening, I enjoy live music, poetry, dystopian fiction, permaculture and homesteading, spirituality, wood burning, crafts, and tons more. Build me an earthship and I'll be yours!
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Hi, You are easy on the eyes!! I love earthships and underground houses in general. I am in N.C. I am also 50 cotton picking years old. I would love to adopt but not make more folks. Have I scared you off yet?
 
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