Her name is Bridget Beth Collins.
She lives in a little corner of Seattle called Ravenna with her coder husband and three wild boys. They live in an urban cottage they call The Burrow because it looks and feels like a hobbit hole.
She loves to adventure into the wildflower woodlands, mossy waterfalls, and grey sand starry expanses of the Pacific Northwest. She forages almost all of her creations from foliage and flowers plucked from theirs sidewalks, meadows, and woods in their neighborhood. She has a small garden in the city, and her mother has a big rambling secret garden filled with old English roses in the sea town of Edmonds where she grew up.
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