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BIOS for Kathy Guest


Dear Kathy,
	Here's a brief description of what we do.  Steve  has his own business in the distribution industry as an independent contractor.  I do all his paper work and bookkeeping.  I taught for twelve years in the California schools as a reading specialist, special education teacher and an English teacher.  I jumped over the midlife crisis stage and started life over last year returning to college to study art.  I take painting, drawing, 2D, 3D design, and computer graphics classes.  I have my BA in English, art history, and am working for an art degree.  We raise CFA registered Siamese cats and have two beautiful litters ready to go to loving homes right now.  We have two beautiful daughters ages six and ten who love to work in the iris gardens with us.  We spend most of our time off working our acre containing ten different fruit trees, thirty five varieties of roses,  eight varieties of iris (mostly TB and approximately 500 total iris), and the property is lined with eucalyptus, oak and acacia.  We have two horses which helps to make heavenly compost.  We live in zone 9 and we are in region 15.  Signing out from a sunny 69 degrees in San Diego.
			Sharlyn 




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