Le premier, de beaucoup

Last July I shut down my previous blog in order to bring back my focus to my family for a bit. As the Spring drew near I felt a yearning to once again share and write about all those I dearly love and spend my life with. My name is Tracy Perry; I am from a small town in eastern N.C. called Rocky Mount. It started out as a very prosperous industrial hub but over the years the industries slowly fizzled and the town was left to claim the title third most dangerous small city in the U.S.

After high school I was off to Greenville, N.C. home of the ECU Pirates. I attended a community college for a while and soon found myself just sort of fumbling through life and then I was blessed with a son. Wyatt was born in 2008 and became the center of my world. Just two months after he was born I began prerequisites for nursing school and in the Fall of 2009 I was accepted into the ADN program at Nash Community College in Rocky Mount. I graduated in 2011, I soon took a job at what is now called Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, N.C. so Wyatt and I found a small apartment on the outskirts of Greenville.

My mom then encouraged me to join Match.com and I rarely checked it, I would occasionally log on and see who was my match of the day. On one particular day when I logged in there he was, Jason, he came up as my MOTD and when I clicked on his profile it told me he worked at the same hospital. Out of curiosity I sent him a message and asked where he worked. Turns out he worked two floors above me, we rode the same elevator to our floors every day. When he responded he also sent a request for dinner which I eventually said yes to and the rest is history. We were married eight months later. The following July we moved across the state to Asheville, N.C. in order to be closer to his daughter. In 2015 and 2017 we added our daughter Evelyn whom we call “Evie” and Andrew whom we call Andy. I sincerely hope you’ll check out the blog often as we are constantly on the move. Our biggest joy a part from our children is renovating our home and yard as well as crafting items for our home.

~Tracy

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Last July I shut down my previous blog in order to bring back my focus to my family for a bit. As the Spring drew near I felt a yearning to once again share and write about all those I dearly love and spend my life with. My name is Tracy Perry; I am from a small town in eastern N.C. called Rocky Mount. It started out as a very prosperous industrial hub but over the years the industries slowly fizzled and the town was left to claim the title third most dangerous small city in the U.S.

After high school I was off to Greenville, N.C. home of the ECU Pirates. I attended a community college for a while and soon found myself just sort of fumbling through life and then I was blessed with a son. Wyatt was born in 2008 and became the center of my world. Just two months after he was born I began prerequisites for nursing school and in the Fall of 2009 I was accepted into the ADN program at Nash Community College in Rocky Mount. I graduated in 2011, I soon took a job at what is now called Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, N.C. so Wyatt and I found a small apartment on the outskirts of Greenville.

My mom then encouraged me to join Match.com and I rarely checked it, I would occasionally log on and see who was my match of the day. On one particular day when I logged in there he was, Jason, he came up as my MOTD and when I clicked on his profile it told me he worked at the same hospital. Out of curiosity I sent him a message and asked where he worked. Turns out he worked two floors above me, we rode the same elevator to our floors every day. When he responded he also sent a request for dinner which I eventually said yes to and the rest is history. We were married eight months later. The following July we moved across the state to Asheville, N.C. in order to be closer to his daughter. In 2015 and 2017 we added our daughter Evelyn whom we call “Evie” and Andrew whom we call Andy. I sincerely hope you’ll check out the blog often as we are constantly on the move. Our biggest joy a part from our children is renovating our home and yard as well as crafting items for our home.

~Tracy

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