Twenty Seven

Twenty Seven, it’s crazy to say aloud. ” I am 27.” While this isn’t a big milestone stone for most, it is the same age my mother was when she became pregnant with me. Which has been an age that I has thought about over the years. There are some any differences from where I thought my life would be to where it is. I won’t change it for the world either. I have married the most amazing guy that supports me more than I give him credit for. It’s because of him that my life is better than I thought that is would be. We got the wonderful opportunity to live in San Diego for just over two year and now we are moving to Naples, Italy in the Spring. Which is still crazy to think about and I need to get better about practicing my Italian.

I want to share a little about me for this birthday. I was born in Knoxville, Tennessee and I lived there until I was 21 years old. I have the most amazing little sister, who is getting engaged and couldn’t be more happy about it. I have three parents: Mother, Father, and Step-Mother. I couldn’t imagine life without them and they did an amazing job raising my sister and I. It’s because of these four people I am the person I am today. I moved to Nashville to attend Watkins College of Art, Design, & Film, where I received my BFA in Photography. I met some of the greatest people there, and a boy. Shorty after I graduated is when I moved to San Diego. (I did my thesis on Josh and I and the Navy, if you wanna see the pictures I can make a whole post about it.)

This life has taken my places I never thought I would get to explore. This past year was hard than others because of the job that I had, but I learned a lot about myself for working there. I am looking forward to everything that 27 has to offer!

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