Hi! I’m Holly and I am a 30-something year old often worried wife/mom/professional living in beautiful Huntington, WV. My husband and I are both nurses. (He specializes in geriatrics and I specialize in patient experience. Such a diverse profession! We have 5 other nurses in our immediate families as well.) We have two young kids, and they keep us on our toes. Our parenting philosophy includes the thought that we want our kids to experience life, so we try to keep our adventures fun and unique. I was raised by two school teachers, so there’s usually an educational aspect to things as well.

Our little city of Huntington has been in the news a lot over the years. We are infamously known for the 1970 plane crash that killed our football team, boosters, and fans upon landing at our local airport. They made a movie about it a few years back called “We Are Marshall.” I highly recommend it! It’s a great sports flick, and based on true events. Huntington has also gained notoriety (again, infamously) for being the overdose capital of the US. There was a recent Netflix film, “Heroin(e),” released on the topic. We also have been anecdotally named for being the fattest/unhealthiest/unhappiest blah blah blah in the US.

But, it’s what you make of it. We have established a great life here, in spite of the challenges, and we take pride in our community and the ease of access we have to so many wonderful activities and outdoor adventures. Check in regularly for a glimpse into this crazy life of a Weekend Worrier and my attempts to turn that “worrying” into something productive and meaningful.