More Like Abnormal

"Well, that's not normal." 
This is a phrase we hear on a nearly daily basis, be it on the news, print media or from our very own lips. This simple, carelessly uttered phrase got me really thinking about 6 years ago. So I started the Semi-Abnormal Chronicles back in college (on Xanga.com) to share my daily thoughts and adventures, where I not only explored living "outside of the norm" but embraced it.


So, join me as I continue to explore this wonderfully mixed up, messed up world, no longer in search of being "normal" but loving what it means to be ME: the a semi abnormal gal, Jess.

A little more on the Semi-Abnormal Gal

Age: A "cute 'n klutzy" twenty-something gal


Location: North Central Florida, aka NorCenFLA

Occupation: Young, Fun and Fabulous Science Teacher at "Your Friendly Local High School"


Children: Chubby Checkers, my giant 10 year old muttski of a dog!

 (At Juno Beach, my favorite doggie friendly beach in the Sunshine State)

Interests: Laughing-really, really, hard and often; being random; trying new foods-either dinning out or tinkering in the kitchen; BEER-crafts and imports please; ok, I like wine too, sheesh; reading and writing and arithmetic- well, ok more so the first two, just ask my students; using ellipses too often.....; jumping photo sequences; being out on the water-river, lake, springs, oceans, please, pretty, please; planes, trains and automobiles-yes, Virgina that is travel; science and medical research; biking and hiking-working on the running part; yoga; music-oh take me to a live show; color; living and loving.









Goals and Dreams: Embracing what it means to live my life to fullest. Check back for details soon. 

(Flying isn't one of my goals, but I love trying nonetheless!)


All Photo Credits (Minus the pup!): Abigail W-P 2010
Taken in Uptown Charlotte, NC

2 comments:

healthy ashley said... Best Blogger Tips

Great blog! I love the photos :)

itsjustmebabe said... Best Blogger Tips

Love the theme. I was just hearing this story about a blogger who asked everyone 40+ to write a letter to themselves at 22. Other than don't date that guy/girl anymore, the biggest response was to appreciate your idiosyncrasies, basically be comfortable being abnormal. Very cool.

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