Deb Crofutt

About Deb Crofutt

Deb decided in 2012 that the rest of her time on Earth was not going to be spent in a bra and 4″ heels (she wore clothes too) working for corporate America. It was time to go. The task of finding a suitable (sic) third world country to live in was done when they purchased land in 2007 on the island of Roatan in Honduras. The VORTEX sucked them in too. October 25, 2013 was the last day of life as they knew it in the US. They packed up 2 dogs and a cat and moved to their rock. Thirteen months later, their house is almost complete and they are still asking themselves, “What were we thinking?!”. In reality, it’s all good, they are going with the flow and weaving themselves into daily life on the rock. Their new mantras are: Mañana doesn’t mean tomorrow, it just means not today and Predictability is boring. Their life is anything but. You can read more about Deb’s experiences on her personal blog, www.mermaidonaraft.com.

CURRENT ROCK OF RESIDENCE: Roatan, Honduras

ISLAND GIRL SINCE: Nov 2012

ORIGINALLY HAILS FROM: Bellingham, WA

No Plates, No Problem! Or So I Thought…

Written by: DEB CROFUTT   Living in paradise can be an unreal experience on many levels – there is simply no way to anticipate some of the things that could/will/do happen to you. The absurd can often occur on the daily, … Continue reading