Hi! My name is Clara. I’m 39, 5’3″ and 125 lbs. I’m a caring, generous person who is a little off-beat with a dry sense of humor. I grew up in the woods in southern Washington, so I’m a country girl at heart, but I like the fast pace and convenience of big cities. I’ve lived all over the country and I love to travel to new places, try new things, and meet new people.
I like to run, swim, hike and camp. I also like curling up on the couch with a good book, movie or first person shooter. I like to read Sci-Fi/Fantasy and Paranormal Romance, and I’m in the process of writing a Science Fiction novel. I love music of all kinds, I like a good beat, especially one I can dance to, so genre doesn’t matter to me. I enjoy working out, it helps pass the time and keeps me physically and mentally fit.
As of right now my release isn’t until 2058, but with my appeal I should be out next year. I plan on going back to finish my AST in Welding. I love working with my hands, so when I can, I refurbish furniture. I also do stained glass artwork. My favorites are lamps and mirrors, but I’ve done quite a few windows as that seem to be what people always want when they hear I work with glass.
I love food, so I enjoy cooking and trying new things. My favorites are Italian and Ph. I also really like baking and canning food. It’s a lot of work to make things homemade, but I think it is more than worth the effort. I like to garden. I’m not so good with flowers, but I can make any herb or vegetable garden thrive.
Most of all, I like to stay busy. I am happiest when I have enough projects to keep me occupied. That way I can enjoy my downtime without any distractions or guilt. Work hard, play hard, and live life to the fullest no matter where you are or how it ends up.
Message me through Securus.
Inmate ID# 402366
Name: Clara Rood
Agency: Washington State Department
You can also write me at the following address:
Clara Rood DOC #402366
Washington Correction Center for Women
9601 Bujacich Road NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98332
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