Ultimately ending up in Atlanta, Heidi Stauff’s creative impulses followed many paths. She delivered middle-class, white-girl angst to tens and twenties of Generation-Xers through the now defunct rock-band, Belljar. She founded a company that designed hundreds of dresses for Disney-bound little girls. She birthed two babies she now homeschools, lost and then found her faith again, and writes about all of it in her free time: which is usually after midnight with a glass or three of wine.
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