Sarah Taylor in Mid-Days

Sarah Taylor 
in Middays
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Sarah Taylor started listening to SPIRIT 105.3 in her college years and quickly became passionate about the music. She was a frequently-calling, bumper-sticker-displaying, song-requesting fan. Soon, she began an internship and pretty much refused to leave the studio once her semester was up!

For Sarah, the Pacific Northwest has always been, and always will be, home. She enjoys running (however, nothing more than a 5k) and relies on spell-check daily. If you have a newborn baby, Sarah will try to hold it for as long as you let her and sniff its little neck. If you are having a party at your house, Sarah is 95% more likely to attend if allowed to wear Yoga pants. If frozen yogurt is involved, she’s 100% there.

Her husband, Joel, is a better cook than she is. They have two young children, Olivia and Ethan. Some days Sarah and Joel look at each other and wonder when they will add another to the mix, and some days they collapse exhausted on the couch and think “maybe in a little while longer.” 

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