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Introduction and Intent

Welcome and thanks for joining me!

I’m Jess, a 29 year old female, with an undiagnosed, unknown variant of a neuromuscular disorder.  That’s a whole heck of a lot of unknowns, right? And believe it or not, it (the unknowns) has been this way my entire life.

Things I do know: I’m a lover of life, a daughter, a sister, a friend, an educator, a catalyst for change, goofy, a dog mom, a reader, a lover of country music, salsa dancing, shopping, and the beach, an encourager, an adventurer, oh and a manatee lover.  But beyond all this, and something that I know will never change, is that I am LOVED by a God who is so much greater than my abilities!

Why I’m blogging:  It has been on my heart for some time now to share my journey and all that it entails (you know…the good, the bad, the ugly), but it never seemed like the right time.  Now, in a time of *insert choice word here* in our world, I’m hoping to share a message of love and hope that surpasses our ability to understand. It is my hope that you will be encouraged by these true, sometimes hilarious, stories.  Here’s to being vulnerable!

XO Jess

xo jess and annabelle
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