Hi! My name is Jessica and this is my blog. I am in my 20’s. I am currently engaged to (who I think, at least) is the most perfect guy out there. My church is a huge part of who I am and helps shape the vast majority of my identity.
I attend Green Gospel Assembly Church, we say that we are the church that is different. I am in the band (I play the saxophone), the regular choir and youth choir (I am definitely an alto), and I help out with other things as well such as cleaning and participating in Vacation Bible School. I started attending GAC when I was 16 with my wonderful fiance who was born into the church.
One of the main things from GAC that crosses over into my everyday life is the way I dress. I am not forced to, but I am convicted, and therefore choose to dress modestly (ever since October 8, 2010). By that I mean always wearing skirts that at least come to the knee, nothing that is too tight or revealing, but yet still shows my femininity in a way that gives glory to the Lord. And let me tell you, it hasn’t always been easy. Modest fashion bloggers have been such an inspiration to me, especially I was first trying to dress modestly on an everyday basis, whether they post their OOTDs, or write in depth posts on why they choose to dress modestly. This is one of the reasons I was inspired to start a blog.
Aside from my church, I am a college student. By mid-December 2013, I will be a college graduate! My major is Intervention Specialist Mild to Moderate (aka: Special Education). I will be student teaching in the Fall 2013 semester. And then I will be searching for a job that will help support me and my soon-to-be husband! Still not sure if I want to be in the classroom right away, there are several other options I am considering. But whatever happens, I am searching for the Lord’s will in my life.
Yes, my lifestyle may be different from yours. But that is what I love about blogging! I get to know women who have passions for different things, and understand why their passions exist. My hope for this blog is to share my passions and inspire you to do the same.