Jordan and I have been married since June 2010. We knew each other growing up, went to college in different states, and reconnected sometime while in college when he was home on a break. We dated during college and then got married after.
Since then we have gotten to live in Utah for four years, and now in live in Washington state. Moving across the country, and all that entails, has been great. We got married very young, and moving far from everything we had known has been a catalyst for growing up. I am glad that we have gotten to do that together. Our favorite thing to do together is adventure and explore. We were really blessed to get to move to an awesome part of the country- where we could explore the Wasatch Mountains, amazing national parks, and everything in between. Now we are figuring out the Washington ferry system, and the importance of rain gear when camping! I am excited to continue to grow, explore and adventure with Jordan in the years to come.
I graduated from the University of Kentucky, where I studied math, then taught high school math in a public charter school. The students’ energy and creativity were inspiring, and I was really sad to leave my school when I moved to Washington State.
Someone recently reminded me that God is a Creator; so creating is a special endeavor. I think this is a special aspect of the creative process that I am really coming to appreciate.
I am excited to see how MZPaperCo will grow, and I especially look forward to learning the stories of brides to be, and helping them to create beautiful and meaningful invitations.
Have a great rest of your week, friends! Cass & I are having a much needed friend date tonight (those are the best, aren't they?!) and are brainstorming lots of new things for this little corner of the internet. We're excited to share with y'all what's in store for our future over the next several weeks! Thanks for sticking with us, folks. You keep us going & give us a reason to keep this dream of ours alive. What a gift that is for us! We love you!! Happy Wednesday!