About me

The easiest way for you to get to know me is for me to answer questions. So, here you go.

1. How would you describe yourself?
I love to talk. But I love to be alone sometimes. I try to stay upbeat. And I try not to blog about depressing stuff too much. Although I'm 100% honest on the B.L.O.G. OK, that's not true. If I was, no one would read. Let's say what I write is 100% true, but I don't write everything I want to sometimes. : ) 
I like love to read magazines. I'm addicted, actually. I love gossip websites. I love to travel. I'm always busy. I like it.

2. Why do you blog?
I blog about all aspects of my life. Right now, this means I write about half marathon training, fitness, eating healthy, my friends, my family and the boy.
We all love Taylor Swift equally.
Yes, even as much as the 4 year old.

3. Who is the boy?
You can read the story of the boy here. Some important things about our relationship that I think shape who I am as person: I refuse to live together until marriage. This is hard sometimes. We've been "dating" for two years. He's the main reason I moved to Fayetteville. Technically, it was for a job. . .
This is before I cried my way down the mountain because
it was too early in the season for the greens to be open. I'm an expert
at walking down a blue-black.
Horses races circa 2010.
Football 2009

4. How tall are you?
I read so many blogs, and I often wonder how tall people are. You know you do, too. Girls will be girls. We compare ourselves to other people. Yes, I know you do. So, I'm 5'7"ish. Almost 5'8".

5. School?
I graduated from Hendrix College, a private liberal arts school in Conway, Ark. I majored in philosophy. What? Yeah, I know. When I tell people that, they always say, "You don't seem like the type." You know the type. I'm just saying. Well, I thought I wanted to go to law school and philosophy is great prep. I didn't, but I still loved it and would do it again. I went to the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville to get my master's in journalism with a communication concentration That's how I ended up in NWA.

What field do you work in?
I started in the public relations segment of the communication industry, but now I do more internal communication related things on a daily basis. I would say my job is a combination of writing, designing with a lot of communicating. Call me crazy, but I'm glad I've transitioned from calling reporters all the time to where I am now. I love my job!

I will continue to add to this page as I answer more questions. So, feel free to ask me anything!
I only make this face when I have a glass of wine in hand.