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Born in 1990, I've been writing for as long as I can remember; my stories and musings have filled pages of notebooks stuffed between my childhood mattresses to this blog you've somehow stumbled upon.
I developed my love of writing throughout high school writing and journalism classes. I went on to study journalism in college, holding every newspaper position possible, including layout designer, reporter and even editor in chief. My passion for journalism earned me a big girl journalism job before I graduated, so I took the job with only three-quarters of a journalism degree.
I soon found out that the journalism life wasn't for me, though, so I took my nearly complete degree to my full-time job in proofreading. To satisfy my need for writing, I took up writing on this blog in 2015. (Maybe you've seen my old blog, The Musings of a Wannabe Star?)
When I'm not blogging, I'm enjoying newlywed life with This Totally Awesome Boy, working as a freelance journalist, and spending lots of quality time with my two shelter cats, Twitch and Trixie. My habits include living life with my headphones in, reading every news article I come across, and watching every episode of Cheers.
For more on my blog title, Becoming Mrs. LaRue, click here.
I blog about my life in the Midwest over at the DeKalb County Life blog. I also run the website "A Twist In History: The Jacob Haish Story" about my 4th great uncle, an inventor of barbed wire. You can see that blog here.
Thanks for stopping by!