Externally, Anne Hill is the poster son or daughter for farm life. Grease-stained coveralls. No makeup. Ballcap, plaid layer, work b ts.
In the inside, though, she’s all things town sushi and the symphony, fancy coffees, films with Hindi or Tagalog subtitles.
The contradiction is practical. Hill is really a farmer вЂ” or at least, a farmer in training. But she actually is invested the majority of her adult life residing metropolitan, until recently.
Two years ago, she quit her work as a community outreach librarian in Calgary to just take her parents over’ farm near Waldeck, Saskatchewan.
” I would personally never explain myself as being a country girl,” she describes between sips of a mocktail at Nightjar, her hangout that is favourite spot the nearby town of Swift Current. “I’ve resided most of my adult life in cities because I love urban centers. I like the variety of choices, the anonymity. Oahu is the best.”
Nevertheless, one thing changed in 2017. Hill was working during the Calgary Public Library for five years.