This is Who I Am

I’m an equine journalist working in a multi-media world. I grew up on a farm with horses and dogs and I was always busy with projects. The same is true today. Through this blog I chronicled the training for my first half marathon in April 2012 and the planning of my wedding in October 2012.

It’s taken me a while to get this blog going. I had tossed around the idea of starting to a blog for quite some time, perhaps similar to those that I read on a daily basis. Why? Mainly because I need a way to vent, or just to put my thoughts onto “paper,” or to put my goals and angst out there for anyone to read to keep me honest. Either way, I finally took the leap.

Why blog? I don’t believe my life is anymore interesting than anyone else’s. I lead a regular life as a young woman in her early 30s, battling the usual angst of the “quarter-life crisis” just trying to find my place in this world. I’m happily married, so of course this blog follows life as my husband and I traverse this world as being married. I’ve also embarked on training for more races and CrossFit, so there will be some talk about running and workouts and such.

I don’t really know where this blog will lead. I hope to post some professional things on here (like published articles) as well as fun things–like brags on my dogs at agility trials.

I look forward to sharing life with you and I hope to watch things grow from this meager beginning.

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One thought on “This is Who I Am

  1. Great read, congrats on getting married and completing your first marathon!!

    I started blogging a little over a month ago, and I have enjoyed the process. It is such a positive and open place, unlike Facebook and other social-media sites that have negativity all over the place.

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