Meet Jen, Our Resident Blogger!
February 01, 2019
My husband, Lee, and I love living in Grand Central Park and have lived here since December of 2017. What brought us here was of course the location, the home we chose to build and the trails. The fact that Johnson Development was the developer really sealed the deal and we are excited about what’s to come. Since moving in we have really enjoyed getting to know our neighbors and are grateful for our Director of Fun, Doris and all of the fun events she puts on for us.
A little more about me, I’m a native Texan. In fact, I grew up in Montgomery County and have only lived in one other state (Missouri) for a very short period of time. Actually, it was long enough to know that this Texas girl does not like to scrape snow off of windshields especially in April. I have been an avid distance runner since middle school. Mmm… come to think of it, it may have stunted my growth!! Just kidding! I’ve been told that I’m “fun-size”. Again, I digress! I later got involved in triathlon and competed in several races including Ironman Cozumel. While training for triathlon, specifically on the bike, I met the man I would eventually marry - Lee! We both love being outside and sweating -- there I said it! We like to sweat and there is no shame in our game! In fact, we like to sweat so much that we’ve started meeting at Trillium Park on Sunday mornings at 7am to join others who like to get their blood pumping (this is a shameless plug for you to join us!). Runners of all levels and speed walkers are welcome. There goes that digression thing again (sorry, sort of). When I’m not running, you can find me either playing with one of our 3 dogs or if it’s on a Sunday afternoon during football season, you can find me cheering on my favorite team, the Green Bay Packers. Yes, I said I was a native Texan and before you give me a hard time (even though I’m used to it), I began liking the Packers when Houston had no team. :)
I’ve shared a little about myself with you and as I write these blogs, you’ll get to learn a little more. Think of a sweet onion...peeling back the layers. I just hope I don’t make you cry! Until next time!