Where do we live?

Currently we live the most charming town of Grapevine, Texas.

Where have we lived?

Jordan and I had lived in Lynchburg, Virgina for about 4 years. It's quite an interesting little town. Downtown sits right on the James River. It also lays on the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, which provide for a stunning view. Lynchburg is home to six different colleges, including Liberty University (our home base). It has a population of over 75,500 people. It is nicknamed "The city of Seven Hills."

It's full of so much history. It really became a mecca of the Tobacco industry since the early 1800s. Thomas Jefferson, made Poplar Forest, his get away retreat. Lynchburg was also big in the railroad system starting in the mid 1800s. Supposedly, Lynchburg was the only major city that did not fall to the Union Army in the Civil War. The Appomattox Court House, where  the Confederate Army under Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulyssess S. Grant and the Union army, lies just outside of Lynchburg. Lynchburg has been involved in several different political and ethical issues including the stories Ota Benga (a resident of Lynchburg) and Carrie Buck (the person of the historical Eugenics debate).

Our home base in Lynchburg was Liberty University. Never would have visited this luscious greenery without having come to school at Liberty. Liberty was founded by Jerry Falwell Sr. and Elmer Towns in 1971 in Lynchburg. They had a dream to build a university with academic excellence and athletic achievement founded on biblical truth. Liberty is now home to over 12,000 residential students and over 60,000 online students. We have fallen in love with the mission and the atmosphere of Liberty University. It will always be a second home to us. It is full of incredible students, loving professors, and awesome leaders.

Jordan played golf for Liberty. The team is a division I sport. They were ranked top 30 in 2011 in the NCAA. Jordan is a Business Finance major. I was a nursing major in LU's excellent BSN Nursing Program. I enjoyed every minute of my busy schedule. We were truly blessed by what Liberty had to offer.