About Me



April 2020

I graduated in May 2019, passed my boards in July and secured a job in September. Now I work in a small clinic 5 to 6 days per week. On my down time I peruse the internet, Pinterest, and books to find new traveling adventures. It has been too long since we left our hometown. Its time!!



What do I say about me?! I started this site to share. I have family and friends in many states. I honestly couldn’t keep up on facebook so I thought I would share here.

I am willingly entrenching myself with school and it will become very demanding. School will continue to place demands on me, with the support of my family and friends, I will succeed in nurse practitioner school. This site is really for me to keep up with me and for you to see what I am doing.

I am a mom, wife, student, chef, taxi driver, knee patcher, gardener, ER nurse, fabric lover, and me. I attend a virtual university full time to complete a second masters. Yes, I wanted to be a physician but after being wait listed twice, I decided to take a new path. I am sure it will come to me one day in the next 3 years or so. My husband is very supportive and we joke about my new career path will be his retirement path.  We have a great relationship and I love him. My children are very excited. The older girl, Lulu, is excited! She wants to be a dentist, dermatologist, and artist. Lulu is very creative! My young guy, GiGi, is happy we both go to school. He’s young  but not clueless and he supports me in his 9 year old way. Thanks to my husband, the Goatee Man, for all his encouragement. I know my path would not be walked if it wasn’t for my family’s support!

My friends are awesome. I kept friends from Illinois and I made some new friends when I moved to New Mexico. My life is full of warm friends and I hope to meet more along the way. I love them and need them. Thanks to you guys!

Thanks to my spirituality! At times we’ve had a rough go of it and I fell many times. You’ve always accepted me back and never turned from me. Thank you!

Please stop by, cook with me, share with me, travel with me and love that I want to stay in your lives with each post!

Love you all,

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2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. What a fun idea! New Mexico is truly enchanting and I hope you find all of its beauty and uniqueness on your journey.
    I love the name of your site! My mom followed your same path, sans the medical school part. I wish you had known her. 😉
    I will watch your journey unfold in the coming years. I wish you love, inspiration and luck! We are both transplants to a new land, and with that comes challenges, growth and lots of laughs.
    Hugs from the West Coast.

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