About Me

My name is Alanna Roethle. Google me, I’m out there. When people ask, “Where are you from?” I never know what to say. When I say everywhere, the next question is “Are you an Army brat?” Sometimes I say yes, just so they will stop asking questions. I used to say I was a gypsy, but then I met a real Traveler and he starting speaking some unknown language. So I stopped saying that.

I am a wanderer, a traveler, a girl. I write and I paint and I dream and dance. Home has spread out in many directions over the world. It’s just become bigger, and I am ok with having such a big, beautiful home. I currently live in Austin, Texas, with my fiance, a dog that smiles, and a cranky cat.

Me at the brink of the Canon del Cobre- Mexico

Me at the brink of the Canon del Cobre- Mexico

“If home is where the heart is, mine shall lie in pieces all along the road.”

4 responses to “About Me

  1. Alanna, While you are undefinable, I believe that you are a performance artist whose art is to be! By being fully alive you inspire others to be fully themselves.

  2. Hi Alanna! I hope you got home safely from Black Rock City! Sorry you missed the temple burn, it was truly amazingly beautiful. I want to say that you are a truly wonderful person and I appreciated you (and everyone else at the Camp Nomadia annex) who made me feel so at home. I know that is common at Burning Man, but having it actually happen is still a delightful experience.

    I hope to see you in my future travels!

    • I wish I could have been there longer too…too far to drive and too many other things to take care of! It was great to meet you- stay in touch! I’ll email you my contact info if you can get me yours!!

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