About Me

As I age it gets harder and harder to contain my life in words. Single words, sure. But how do you organize those words? What’s most important? So many variables, and none of them linear. I need a 3-D model to describe myself in some sort of strange hierarchical fashion. But I don’t feel like pulling out the foam balls and glue gun, and heaven knows I’d never be able to find the right color paint. For lack of a better option, and in no particular order: a little bit about me.



I’m in my late 20’s. That feels weird to say.

I have a four year old daughter and two dogs.

My husband is my favorite person on earth, he and I met in high school, but didn’t start dating until late into college.

I love doing crafty things.

I love camping, hiking, and kayaking.

I had cancer once upon a time. It sucked, but I’m better now.

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27 thoughts on “About Me

  1. That's great, Jessica; love your pictures and your story! So glad I read it, all the way down (gold star :-)

    • Thanks! I really enjoyed writing it. I'm trying to chronicle all of the wedding related things, since I wasn't actively blogging when it was happening.

      You definitely get a gold star though. :)

  2. I enjoyed reading the story of you and your husband. Does he know that 2005 pic is up 😉 Looking forward to reading about the rest of what life has in store for you!

  3. That was a sweet, wholesome, true love story.

    I'm very happy for you. Both.

    And you are a beautiful woman. Your husband looks like such a kind, sweet, fun , loving man.

  4. Awwww….Congrats! I'm looking forward to reading your story.

    I hopped here from…..i have no idea, lol. but i hope to continute to run across you in the future.

    I wish our engagement story had been so straight forward….instead we dated….dated…..dated……broke up….dated…did long distance…..THEN got engaged. LOL. been married since 11/08.

  5. Saying hi from SITS! What a nice story. I did read all the way to the end. Good luck with your classes. You'll make it and be glad you did.

  6. I totally get a GOLD star!

    So glad to learn more about you and how you developed this unique voice of yours. Lovely to meet you Jessica! A.

  7. I like the way your long story starts. :) Sweet story too, although I personally always have a hard time to understand how the decision to get married can come to quickly. But then again you had known each other for a while…

    • When you know, you know. He compliments me perfectly, and makes me a better person. We did get engaged quickly, but waited over a year to get married. :)

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  9. Hi! I came over from That Wife because I had to read the full story. I'm glad I did. I like the way you write. =)

    I think it's really cool that you're studying to be an ASL interpreter. I took four semesters of ASL in college and loved it!

  10. What a great story! I've loved your posts over at That Wife! PS: my hubby had the same dreadful haircut in high school too. Must have just been the cool thing to do 😉

  11. Love that you are in TN. So are we (Murfreesboro) Love your blog. Marriage is the best class you both will ever take, and it never has a Summer break….congratulations!

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  13. Hit a wrong button…but I just found your blog randomly through the Shutterfly Christmas card promotion (still waiting for my confirmation to receive my free cards; have you heard back from them yet???) and anyways, I'm also a Hokie. I graduated from Va Tech in 1997.

    Awesome story for your forever!

  14. found your blog via the all you need is love blog link up. you seem like a stellar gal and i enjoyed getting to know you a little better! :) looking forward to your link up post!

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