2006: We met, started dating, and graduated from the University of Georgia. I got a comical Great Dane named “Georgia” who is now our 125 lbs. “baby”.
2007: I moved out to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Grant landed his first job. After the summer, I started a master’s degree at the University of Alabama; at Christmas, we got engaged. Travel: Bahamas
2008: We got married! Truly our marriage has been such wedded bliss. I moved to Atlanta, finished my MLIS, and began working in non-profit world. We made a deal to get out of the country at least once a year for as long as we could and travel as often as possible. Travel: Mexico
2009: We semi-adopted a kid named Evan. He was 17-18 and needed to get back on his feet between high school and college. I’m happy to say that he’s doing well at the University of Georgia and should graduate December of 2015. So proud! Travel: Italy
2010: I transitioned from one stellar non-profit to another – I have had the pleasure of working with some of the best people on the planet. Travel: Ireland and England
2011: We moved to London, UK and returned to grad school: MA in Publishing Studies (me) and MBA (Grant). Grant got a consultantship with an American company in the emerging market in China, so we moved to Shanghai for the summer of 2012. Travel (’11-’12): England, France, Portugal, Hungary, Switzerland, Greece, China, Thailand, Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Iceland, USA
2012: Dissertation, graduation, and re-entry into the States, 23 visitors and 14 countries later!
2013: I began my business with Rodan+Fields partnering with the Doctors who created Proactiv Solution – best job EVER! Read more. We bought a Subaru! We bought a house! Travel: Jamaica, England (twice!)
2014: What more could you ask for than unending love and unlimited adventure? I posted a series on fertility, which has gone a bit viral. Thanks for reading, thanks for the emails, thanks for the love, and thanks for all the support. Sharing is caring, so if you know someone who might benefit from our story send them to lucyduggar.com/fertility.
I’m glad you’re here! Read along to follow us on our journey of adventures, mishaps, love, and laughter.