You may not know that I've been pursuing real estate both as an investor and an agent for the last couple of years. This transition has opened up a new world for me. It's expanded my community, invigorated my entrepreneurial spirit, and afforded me such dynamic challenges and opportunities. I am so grateful to have fallen down this rabbit hole!

Who Is Asheville is a local podcast run by a friend of mine in the real estate space. I'm honored he wanted to sit down with me. And I'm grateful he cut out all the stupid parts. Listen as I discuss my transition from agriculture to real estate, my pursuit of financial freedom, my heart for affordable housing and service, and the mindset of success.

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the sweet us;

nurtured week after week

by each of our own sweet hearts

we were sanctified

doused in holy water


sweetly appointed

to transcribe the meaning of love

into the future,


and at the end,

like a mist

you each evaporated before me

you disintegrated like stardust,

floated up into the starlit sky

and god graced me

kneeling in the leaf litter,

arms and heart open,

you did not fly away.

instead, the vaporous you,

the misty us,

the great feminine sisterhood,

all that divine love,

flew into my gaping mouth



i'm holding on to your


lapping, panting

this wave yearns for me,


to me

layers of mirrors crash

on the shore

sun-kissed above,

churning below

glassy water kisses the air

just above the surface

kiss, after kiss

each wave

a lover's embrace

in this water -

i am home


open mouth breathes in

the humid and dank

afternoon air

that air that

envelops me sweetly

every time i ask it to

the galax blooms,

and i relish

in it's summer funk

in this smell -

i am home.


blooming mountain laurel splay open

their angled blooms

wrap 'round a nucleus

like me around you

we wait for the sky

to open up

we wait for the rain

to let go of itself

to deeply exhale

then sunrise brings soft eyes

and the world moves slowly

around it's malleable axis

in Appalachia -

i am home.