Occasional Traveler

A collection of my thoughts and photos on travel.

About Me

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Hello! Here’s the boring intro stuff– I work in finance in Houston, TX.   I received my BS in Economics from Texas A&M University and my MPA (Master in Professional Accounting) from the University of Texas at Austin.   I was raised in the city of Plano, TX, and I have a younger sister, Jennifer.

My hobbies include running, traveling, photography, yoga, reading, hiking, cooking, and trying new foods.  I also have a food blog here.

Most of the photos on this blog were taken by my Canon Rebel XT that I purchased on ebay late 2008 prior to our family trip to Hawaii.

I started this blog to share my stories and pictures from my travel adventures– I don’t get to travel THAT often, but I enjoy it when I get the chance!   I love planning trips so feel free to leave a message if you have a question about anything.

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Written by Jessica

May 29, 2009 at 7:43 PM

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  1. Jessica, I want to write an article on the Ngobe Bugle Indian Demonstration and lean towards human interest. Would you give permission to use your photos?

    Carolena Lapierre

    February 6, 2012 at 3:58 PM

    • Sure, I’d appreciate if you could give me credit for it!

      Jessica

      February 6, 2012 at 4:00 PM

  2. I would like to use your fine photo of the Charging Bull in Manhattan in my noncommercial blog, No Place for Normal: New York. Of course I’ll credit you. Is this okay? Clifford Browder

    Clifford Browder

    October 29, 2013 at 7:13 AM


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