Anna is a small-town Kansas native but is now a proud Husker fan.  She has a deep appreciation for wide-open skies and spectacular thunderstorms, proper grammar and a great fitting pair of jeans. She drinks coffee every day and wishes someone would make a movie about her life, starring Anne Hathaway.  Anna loves to cook and is thankful for her husband who will eat almost anything.  She, in fact, does not enjoy leftovers.  Or disorganization.  She tweets from @annawastell and blogs about pigs and agriculture for Gro Master.  Above all, she longs to learn what it really means to extend and experience grace.  

Chad was raised in Omaha and his Go Big Red blood runs deep.   After a year at UNO and 5 years living in the Sig Ep house at Northwestern University, he returned to Omaha and the family business working with pigs.  Chad could live on Runza and Chipotle but happily eats leftovers. He is passionate about fiscal conservatism, consumer food choice, and anything else you might want to debate.  He loves all things Apple and thoroughly enjoys a new pair of socks.  He occasionally tweets from @chadwastell, and loves his wife really really really well.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Cara Strickland

    Anna, you made my day!
    I love connecting with you as well, so glad we found each other 🙂

  2. justoneoftheboysblog

    I discovered your lovely blog through Twitterature, and I can’t wait to read more! My husband is in the AF and stationed in NE while the boys and I have to live here in Kansas. I’m so happy to meet another Kansas girl! 🙂 I will be back to check out your proposal story – I love reading love stories!


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