<span style="font-size:small;Hi everyone, I just wanted to re-share this post as my hubby and I just celebrated our second anniversary and this post meant a lot to him 🙂 I hope you all enjoy it!

Hello! And welcome to our site!

This post is to serve as an introduction to this site, I have set this up as a gift for my wife Jennifer (goes by Jenn or Jenni). I wanted to do something important for her, so I built a website. But I am getting a little ahead of myself, let me take you back to where our story begins…

Jenn and I attended high school together, but all truth be told we didn’t know the other person existed until our senior year, we met in a way that we can only describe as a “God thing.” Long story short after a series of events that led me to do volunteer work at a therapeutic equestrian center, which just so happened to be under the direction Jenn’s sister, our paths crossed. Over the last semester of senior year we spent time mucking stalls and sweeping barn aisles. I’m not sure I know if it’s breathing the dust for hours, or the ever-present aroma of manure that hangs in the air but it builds a bond.

(I’m sure as she’s reading this part she’s thinking: “that’s great our relationship was built on a foundation of horse manure”)

Anyway, I digress, about halfway into the semester was the Sadie Hawkins Dance, you know the one where the girls ask the guys, (cue Reliant K song – “Saide Hawkins dance, in my khaki pants” yeah that’s playing in your head now, you’re welcome). I’m sure you can see where this is going but at the time I was completely, utterly, however unintentionally, oblivious. See it turns out Jenn had a “head over heels crush” (her words not mine) for me the better part of the year. And I had no clue. I remember one early spring day at the barn, she asked me to the dance by shaving, yes shaving “Sadies?” into the side of one of the program horses. The dance was a springboard, it would be all well for me to say and the “rest was history” but that would defeat the purpose of writing this.

As high school ended we were faced with a problem, at the time of selecting colleges neither of us knew that we would end up in a relationship in May. Jenn was planning to move down to Virginia and attend Liberty University while I was pursuing Division III football in Ohio. We decided to make long distance work. No matter what, we would make it work. To this day I still consider this to be the most important step in our relationship. When you’re far apart and communicating over video chat as often as possible you get to know someone in a way that being in physical contact doesn’t allow. We talked about anything and everything for hours and hours, I think our record was 6 hours but don’t quote me. It was one of the hardest times we went through as a couple but I wouldn’t take it back for anything in the world.

Fast forward a few semesters Jenn and I end up both transferring to the same university where we finish undergrad in the best way possible, together. We were engaged in May after sophomore year. We were married two years later.

Currently, Jenn is supporting us as I continue my education. She took a major leap of faith moving states away from stability and security, into mostly unknowns and lots of “it’ll happen when it happens” and I cannot thank her enough for everything she has carried us through and this is what brings us to this post and this site.

Jenn has this great mission to help people live happier, healthier lives. She truly has a kind giving soul and wants to help as many people as she can while providing for her family.

I want to give her the tools and the means to reach as many people as possible while reaching her goal of making a difference. We will be posting life updates as well as our experience in this great journey that is network marketing, while at the same time introducing some product reviews and testimonials.

I truly hope that you enjoy what we bring to the table and help us share our message and our mission.

And to my wonderful wife, thank you for everything you have ever done and are doing for us and our future. I am incredibly proud of you. Happy Birthday. I love you.