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Hi All,

What you might want to know about me
My name is Brennalyn
I'm 34
I love all things outdoors. I love to rock-climb, hike, fish, ride and train horses, cross-country ski, camp, backpack, work with and raise animals, garden, gather wild edibles, and explore.

I love many things indoors as well. I enjoy cooking and love to eat healthy. I enjoy meditating and practicing yoga. I enjoy all fiber arts. I also very much enjoy listening to audio books and podcasts that help me to learn and grow in all areas of my life.

I currently live in Idaho and run a Waldorf inspired home school program for kids of all ages.

Am willing to live most places in the world close to or right in nature

I'm passionate about homesteading, sustainability, permaculture, living off the land, raising my own food and animals, healthy eating and lifestyle habits, simplicity, travel, personal growth and development, and financial independence among other things.

I'm kind, loving, affectionate, playful, a total optimist, positive, easy going, active, happy, good sense of humor (I love to laugh), dedicated to growing and developing my inner landscape as well as being a positive influence to the people and places that I come in contact with. I consider myself a good communicator and handle change well. I enjoy accomplishing things and I love to learn!

There is definitely more I'd love to share but would rather do so over the phone or in person

Things I would love to have in my future partner:
An excellent communicator
Is skilled with kids and desires to start a family within the next 4 years
Loving and affectionate
Is driven, dedicated, and inspired and is a good initiator
Values nature, enjoys to travel and loves spending time outdoors.
Is committed to his health and values healthy eating and lifestyle habits
Finds value in growing and developing personally and spiritually
Is monogamous
Good sense of humor, positive, compassionate, kind
Desires to obtain financial independence and freedom
Values homesteading principles...living off the land, growing ones own food, raising a family close to nature.
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...Well, obviously, the first two questions are: Western or English? And what's your favorite asana?
 
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Both...but mostly english cause I love to jump. Would love to get more involved in endurance someday and packing with the horses.

Favorite Asana...too many to choose from. My preferences change depending on what part of my body needs some extra care and attention I'm really enjoying eagle pose (specifically the arms bit) right now. It's a lovely stretch for shoulders, neck and upper back. Been rock-climbing lots lately so pretty sore in upper back and shoulders.
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Hello,  I'm Richard. I'm living near Boise.  You seem to be a wonderful person.  Hope you have a great day!
 
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