About Me/About this Blog

My name is Jenn!   I started this blog as a means of staying in touch with family and friends while I accompanied my husband on an overseas assignment with the USMC.  We spent our time in Post Soviet Europe – hence the name, Learning to Walk in Stilettos.

My husband and I are now living back in the US.  I work full-time as a Registered Dietitian for DaVita Dialysis.  I absolutely love being a Renal Dietitian.  I see myself in this field for a very long time.  I’m back in school working on my Master’s in Clinical Nutrition which I hope to finish in 2012.

Hubby and I are the proud parents of a 6-year-old Spaniel Mix named Max.  He’s my bud.

In my spare time, which is most of my time, I enjoy knitting, spinning and reading.  I also have a passion for geneology.  I think it’s important for us to know where we come from.  In the warmer months I enjoy geocaching.  It’s a great way to get out on the weekends, have a little fun, learn a little about the area you are in and breath a little fresh air.

Thanks for stopping by.  I hope you enjoy this blog.


  1. Emilie Collins said,

    Hey Jenn!
    Love the BLOG. I don’t think I would ever know how to do that! I love the story about the man in the leaves….I wish you had gotten a picture of the nurse in stilettos. That is crazy. As a nurse, I couldn’t imagine that. She must not have a too fast paced nursing job. Maybe you could go back and ask her for a picture!
    Talk to ya soon,

  2. Shea said,

    Hey Jennifer! Shea “Parker” Cordell here. I’m glad to hear things are going well for you and that you’re leading quite the exciting life. I certainly missed you at the reunion. If you’re on Facebook, send me a message.

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