Let's fall in luv,With a clean, lean, workin' machine, with a creative force; that embraces personal growth, with animals surrounding us.I'm a romantic, in the truest sense.Yeah, I move on when two paths diverge; I have to.It's the perpetual search for happiness.I am a steward to animals everywhere.
They are in great need of our assistance.My responsible behavior extends to all creatures great and small.I see the genius of responsible actions toward all sentient beings daily.Miracles.Random acts of kindness.But, what we need in our world is more, luv.So, let's get to it.Get off your phone and get back to your roots.Not hair roots, 'cause I color mine too.Cruelty free, of course.
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Beth Music hails from Columbus, Ohio.She holds a B.S., in English Education, from The Ohio State University.She spent six years living in the Eugene area, (vegan mecca) and central Oregon. She taught and also worked as a natural foods clerk.She then lived for three years in mid-coast Maine and worked in a pharmacy. Can you say, antithesis?!Beth has been a vegetarian for over twenty years and a vegan for six. No, she is not 26.Her passion is to communicate nutritional awareness and animal welfare to all who will listen.Beth luvs heirloom tomatoes, native corn and fresh, orange juice. Not necessarily together, but it's a thought.She currently resides in Florida; which is a long, unfortunate story.This is her first book.P.S. Beth refuses to leaves the dogs home all day unattended. They will party and trash the place.Beth lives in a small house, with a big, fenced in yard, for the dogs, of course.So, if you happen to stop by, there might be veggies kabobs cookin' on a little charcoal grill.Go, carcinogens. Eggplant, potatoes, onions, mushrooms, peppers, pineapple, and roasted corn in the husk. Asparagus, tofu and garlic roasting in foil. Again, not good. Fresh tomatoes, of course. Goin' wild! The girls would luv to meet you.