Ciao y'all. For those of you who wandered over via Jen Fulwiler's kindly introduction, you are most welcome here. For my regular readers, I hope you enjoy(ed) the always fascinating (alarming?) phenomenon of finally getting to match a spoken voice with a written voice.
If you're new to these parts, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Jenny and I live in Denver with my wonderful husband, Dave, and our 3 (+1) children. We lived in Rome for a crazy year during the great Papal transition of 2012, where one of our boys was kissed by Pope Benedict and I did a lot of laundry, pined for Target, and fed my baby powdered baked goods in his bottle.
These days I mostly write about the general chaos of raising small humans, understanding the teachings of the Catholic Church - especially where matters of the heart are concerned - and general social commentary on the craziness that is our modern cultural milieu.
I recently accepted a full time position with Catholic News Agency, a member of the EWTN family, and this little 'ol blog will be permanently hosted there soon. But don't worry, a lazy google search or a visit to my current URL will still land you in my virtual living room. God bless technology.
Oh! I also recently contributed a chapter to a book featuring a roster of far more impressive authors, and I've got more fun writing projects coming down the pipe. In my expansive free time, I paint my toenails and watch terrible documentaries on Netflix whilst sipping IPA. Or espresso, as my gestational state permits.
Thanks for stopping by, I'm glad you're here.
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