Most people by the time they are 30 years old have graduated college and been established in their career or hometown for a few years, but that isn’t my adulting story. Living a nontraditional life I have learned a lot of maybe not so random skills, which has lead me to start this blog. More and more women can relate to what seems like an nontraditional life but oh so often we feel alone in our story. I hope by sharing my story of marrying in my thirties to a husband who has just started medical school will resonate with you in some way. This blog isn’t just for medical wives, though I will blog and have guest writers to share topics that are specific to helping the journey of medical school be one we look back on with joy and not “Whew! Glad that is over!” thoughts.
My heart for starting this blog is for women to feel confident in their story that is being written. With a world full of resources and opportunities it is hard to know where to start and my hope is to connect you to resources to help your story be beautiful inside and out.
My husband and I just moved to Fuquay-Varina, NC in March of 2017 during his first year of medical school at Campbell University. We found out we were pregnant in August 2016, the day I started my new teaching job and the week after he started his first year of medical school. How about that timing? Our daughter, Evelyn Paige, brings much joy to our lives and my role as a mom has felt more natural than I ever expected. And because she is growing up so fast, I decided to work from home and enjoy our moments together.