My name is Beth. I am an Army brat. My dad was an officer and we lived and traveled all over the US and Germany. I graduated from high school in southeast Georgia and moved to Kentucky at 22 to manage a Blockbuster Music store. I moved to FL and back to GA to attend college, but met my husband soon after. I moved to Connecticut in October of 1998 and we were married in April of 2000. I started back in school in 2002 and, for 5 years, I worked full time, attended school part time and even had a baby boy in 2005! I graduated summa cum laude in 2007 with a BA in Communications from Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, CT. In 2010, I gave birth to fraternal twin boys!
Raising my boys has been the most challenging but most rewarding experience in my life. I am currently filling out applications for my graduate studies. I hope to have my BS in Public Relations or Journalism by the time all my boys are in school full time (2015!) so I can get back in the work force FULL time.
In the mean time, I stay busy with family, friends, regional travel, and genealogical research. I have been working on family history for about a decade or so. I am a member of Daughters of the American Revolution and am in the process of joining Southern Dames and Colonial Dames. A very large part and benefit of all the genealogical research is the personal history I've discovered about my progenitors. I'm sure their lives were lived just surviving; however, I find them completely remarkable and am grateful for all of their sacrifices.
I am an amateur photographer and love to photograph anything: architecture, nature, people, animals, homes, etc. I also love to garden, read, take walks, and write.