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13 May 1978
Once upon a time there was a girl who grew up to be a musician. Well, these things can happen. Along the way she graduated from high school and ended up in college. While there she went to the Conservatory of Music at the University of the Pacific, fell in love with a very nice boy, conned her way into going to Australia, learned some programming (which she promptly forgot), found this strange furry thing, figured out about the internet, learned to drive, made her first and second fursuits, and generally didn't sleep enough. She got her music degree and cheerfully began corrupting the youth of California by teaching elementary music. They didn't seem to mind all that much. She lived near San Francisco with the nice boy (now her husband, nicodemusrat), helped raise the world's most pampered rats, Martin and Matthias (alas, no longer with us), a Siamese named Sapphire who regularly goes insane, and the incredibly tolerant 3catsjackson for a housemate. Then one fine day in May, a beautiful baby boy decided to show up a month early. Three weeks in the NICU, a stay in San Jose, and a great deal of chaos later, she is living outside of Seattle, on yet another island, teaching music part-time. As a rule, she spends her time being dreadfully silly. It's a living.


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