About Me

For those of you that already know me, this section is irrelevant. For those of you who don’t, I am a 25 year old administrative assistant who is wasting her talent pushing papers. In this blog I intend on documenting my life. I am at a critical point in my life, trying to make it on my own, struggling to find my identity. What better way to do this then to share everything through my perspective. I live on a farm in PA, with my boyfriend. Since I moved there I have found parts of me that truly were lost after going to college. I am in fact a hometown girl that was lost in the big city. Now I am back in my hometown and I have been here about 3 years now. I love the quiet and the feeling I get when I see a long lost (but not forgotten) friend. I am becoming an adult and this transformation is truly scary. SO come with me on this journey. I am sure we will laugh and cry. Either way, I can’t wait.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

My First Blog

So December 1, 2011.

The first time I blog to the public. I have to remember that this isn't a diary. It's a documentation of my life and the the lives of everyone that I love. I hope to share some great tips, and some great lessons I learn.

I have started my own blog is because I see other blogs that inspired me.
I have found so many blogs online that move me. Some of my favorites are www.jenpluschris.com, and  AdelynStone.

Over the next few holiday months I am going to be snapping pictures, writing things down and truely commiting to this project.
I'm sure it will take a few blogs. But if you would like to follow and teach and learn with me please please please dont hesitate.
Dad & Mom
Daisy & Reggie

My first few posts will be based on the holidays and what it is like in my world as an only child, with 2 *still married* parents, with 12 aunts and uncles, with 12 cousins (not including all the significant others that have joined the group as well as their kids), my nana and pap, 2 dogs, a boyfriend, his nieces and nephews, his brothers and sisters, his parents, my job and not to mention, the farms, the house....oh yeah and the countless number of great friends that I have accumulated over the years...(cant forget them....they are the ones that keep me sane.)

We will see how this goes. Until then, keep on keepin on.

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