Greetings! If you are looking for a clean, pet AND plant mother, non-smoker, drug-free, detail-oriented, organized, responsible, honest, and friendly house sitter, definitely message me.
I was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, but grew up in Sydney Australia for the first half of my childhood and Florida for the second half. I began traveling the world young, studying in Seoul, South Korea, as well as learning french, while studying in New Caledonia, and Paris, France. I am proficient in French and speak basic Spanish.
I moved to Boston, Massachusetts, USA to attend Tufts University (ranked #27 out of all USA Universities), where I studied Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science, specializing in Computational Neuroscience. I graduated at the end of June, so I have a lot of flexibility and can adjust location and time according to your schedule. I have an adventurous spirit, and am looking to house sit, while I apply for engineering jobs, which can be done from anywhere with WIFI access.
I raised and trained the love of my life, my puppy Angie, from 4 months old to 14.5 years old, and trained her (example: sit, sleep, stay). I am patient with pets, and will love and take care of them with as much attention and heart, as I would my own.
I have also nursed dogs through injury/disease and end-of-life situations.
I have grown and shared mango trees from harvested seeds for 5 years. My regular mom duties include feeding, watering, transplanting, and picking fruit. I promise detailed yet sensitive care to all plants!
Be assured that I will respect all privacy and property! I am physically fit, so large land areas and stairs are not a problem. I've assisted in maintaining homes, including rental properties, in several States.
I am a part-time robotics engineering instructor for kids 5-18 years old, currently teaching summer camps in Boston. Therefore, I have had background checks done and would be happy to complete any, upon request. I am available to teach remotely (online), starting at the end of August.
Hopefully, we will soon speak.