Welcome to my cozy little corner of the world wide web. I'm not sure if anyone really wants to hear (or read) my whole life story, but here's a tid bit about my little ol' life.
  I'm a 20 year old Navy brat turned Air Force wife. I've been with my super awesome husband, Phillip, for 6 years now (I can feel you calculating in your head). We met when I was 14 and he was 17. I knew him before he even knew that I existed, mainly because I had an obsessive crush on him. I was best friends with his little brother, and eventually had the honor of meeting Phillip. 
  Fast forward 4 years, and we got married. Phew, that escalated quickly! Somehow I tricked an extremely cool guy into marrying me, and now, 6 years later, I still have an obsessive crush on him. Fast forward 6 months to December of 2012, this was when we found out that we were expecting a sweet little blessing... our baby boy, Conrad. He weighed a whopping 2 lbs, 6 oz. and had 4 legs and a tail. Yes, we're that couple with that unhealthy obsession with their dog.
  And that brings us to the present, we just bought our first home, and have been decorating like crazy. I have a huge passion for all things design, whether it be interior design, or graphic design. Rearranging furniture and playing with fonts is my idea of fun on a Saturday night. I do most of the graphic designing for my church, and I have a tiny little online business where I design and make decals of any sort for the people in my area. 
  The Lord has been way too good to me, and has presented me with so many incredible opportunities. I thought that this blog would be a great creative output for me to post whatever project that we happen to be working on, whether it be decals, silhouette cameo projects, any sort of design work, home projects, or just posts about love and life. If you made it this far in my About Me, bless you, that deserves an award. Thank you so very much for taking the time to stop by and check out my blog. Any comments or feedback are always appreciated, and I will do my best to reply. Thanks again, I hope to hear from you soon!

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