Meet Andrea

Hello, I’m Andrea. Welcome to my blog for MKTG 3080. I am from Cairo, Georgia and am currently a senior at Valdosta State University. I am married to my high school sweetheart, Cody. We have two dogs Kat & Knox and are expecting our first child in early July 2019. I am also the Co-Youth Director at Camilla United Methodist Church.

I graduated from Cairo High School in 2011 and have lived in Georgia for most of my life. After attending community college, my husband and I spent a few years at a school of ministry called The Ramp in Hamilton, Alabama. Once we were done with ministry school, we decided to move back to Georgia so that I could finish up my degree and he could work with his family’s well drilling business. He is the other Co-Youth Director at Camilla United Methodist Church.

Some of the things I am interested in include fitness, cooking, baking, and learning to homestead. For fitness, I really enjoy weight training although I have had to slow down a lot since becoming pregnant. I love to cook and bake new recipes and watch cooking and baking shows on television. I also have 14 chickens and am hoping to learn more about homesteading in the future.

The purpose of this blog is to showcase my design work for Visual Media Marketing. I have learned that “many employers like to hire people with WordPress skills because there are a lot of similarities between the interfaces of free blog hosting and websites. “

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