This is the first post in a series we’re calling Super Cool People. These cool people inspire us. They make their own rules and definitely forge their own paths, motivating us to be better versions of ourselves. We think you’ll enjoy getting to know them too, so we’re sharing parts of their stories here.
To launch this series, we’re featuring our friend, Amy Pence Brown, who we first introduced to you here. When Brittan and I met her, she was wearing white gloves and curating a special event for the company I worked for and B still refers to her as The Museum Lady. Amy embodies creativity. Not only does she produce an inventive indie art/craft show (happening this weekend!) that she’ll tell you about, but she is a fantastic writer, a radical homemaker, and a collector of paint-by-number paintings. She put a Little Free Library out in front of her house, preserves and advocates for old buildings, raises adorable babies, gives historical tours, and is the only other person, besides myself, I know of who grew pumpkin-on-a-stick this year! She’s cool. I like her. I think you will too.