ON WHOSAY SINCE: Aug 25, 2011
BORN: May 17, 1988
BIRTHPLACE: Los Angeles, California
HEIGHT: 5'5"
Significant Other: Paul McDonald
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Ben and Lindz. My rock(s). Who would I be...where would I be, without the two of you? Your presence, your energy and your kindness: just a few qualities making up the beauty that is you. I look left you are there. I look right you are there. Never ahead, never behind. Your friendship is unlike anything I've ever known. "Grateful" doesn't even scratch the surface. There is in fact an army of adjectives waiting in line. Your insight, wisdom, and ability to offer such clear perspective is appreciated more than you'll ever know. @lindseydupuis thank you for this weekend and @thebenbledsoe I'm so f-ing proud of you (@bitcoindoc)!!!!!! I love you both to the moon and back. #catdance

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Check out this fabulous ring that I wore tonight at #catdance. You can find it at www.freshstep.com and all of the proceeds benefit the @aspca - @freshsteplitter

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My date for the day in #parkcity is this cutie! Little Orion is one of the many "stars" of our short films here at #catdance. They're all up for adoption so check out @freshstep for more info if you want to give this guy a loving home! #freshsteplitter www.freshstep.com

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Mom you are crushing it in that outfit.

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We've all read about climate change, and to some degree we understand the basics. We all have questions about what we can do, but because some of us don't feel directly affected by it, it seems easy to avoid any kind of engagement. I was recently reading about the Sahel, and the severity in which this region will experience climate change in the near future. There is a goal, a solution, which is ultimately to help create sustainability and resilience while facing climate change, but this is a grand endeavor and it requires our help. This has to be a collective effort as it's beyond adaptation, beyond a simple awareness of facts and statistics. How do you prepare a community for this? How can they prepare so that they have reserves? If they rely on the consistency of nature, they won't survive. We MUST be strategic in creating a better world, so I’m supporting @Heiferinternational in their efforts in the Sahel. It's pretty incredible, @Heiferinternational is using animals & strategic herding to keep the desert at bay. I can't wait to go there in June. Read...Be inspired:http://www.whosay.com/l/Uxza3tV

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