Janice is a Renaissance woman. When she is not setting up weddings and events, pinning boutonnieres on all the handsome grandfathers, Janice is alternately: a vocal performer and actress, firefighter, weaver, rogue librarian, singing telegram performer, scuba diver (under duress), and writer (she won the prestigious Bulwer-Lytton award for worst opening line in a fictitious novel). With a wicked sense of humor, fast wit, endless well of puns and double entendres, this brainiac is over qualified for the job.
But Janice values the quality and calm of the simple life. She harvests mahonia berries for jam (taking two weeks to harvest enough morsels for one pint of jam). She escapes into the wilderness whenever possible, expertly identify birds and mountain flowers along the trail.