There are parallels between my mother’s life and my own

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I’m shifting my focus, changing up my process. I will gather all the photos of one person regardless of decade and create a timeline. But what about the other people in that person’s life? Where do they go? Why am I doing this anyway? There is something I need from all of this. Maybe the clenching in my gut is a sign to keep going. To find the right path. I hope there’s juicy dirt or ridiculousness hiding for me.

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Meet Andrea

Andrea Gainous Design

Hello, I’m Andrea. Welcome to my blog for MKTG 3080.

I am from Cairo, Georgia and am currently a senior at Valdosta State University. I am married to my high school sweetheart, Cody. We have two dogs Kat & Knox and are expecting our first child in early July 2019. I am also the Co-Youth Director at Camilla United Methodist Church.

I graduated from Cairo High School in 2011 and have lived in Georgia for most of my life. After attending community college, my husband and I spent a few years at a school of ministry called The Ramp in Hamilton, Alabama. Once we were done with ministry school, we decided to move back to Georgia so that I could finish up my degree and he could work with his family’s well drilling business. He is the other Co-Youth Director at Camilla United Methodist Church.

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Old Stone Wall

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Perkins Designs

This black and white photograph of an old stone wall in a state of semi-disrepair might be the perfect compliment to new construction, or a freshly painted wall in your home. See more in my gallery at Fine Art America.

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