About The Author

I am the face behind the stories told here. That’s me there. In the dirty mirror.

My name is Stephanie. I’m 32 years old & I live in North Carolina with my husband, son, cat, & our chickens. 🙂 I started Campbell Rewritten (this blog) on July 2, 2019. I call it this because I am mostly retelling stories from my life to you. I have been blessed with a sense of humor that gives me the ability to just enjoy life and find humor in almost everything, so I hope I can share that with you through storytelling… I have a always loved to write – I kept 9 diaries growing up & I wrote several fan-fiction stories that I put in large binders. Not saying they were any good (lol) – it was just something I really liked doing.

I work in an office for a living. I love computers, and organization. If you give me a computer, a private office, and a task at hand – I’m a happy camper! Before the work I do now, I was a cook, a funeral home office manager, PA III at a maximum security prison, and a Disability caseworker with DSS. I’ve seen a thing or two. Lol.

I am on the shorter side, and I love carbs. I am a TJ Maxx-obsessed, piano-playing, Chick-fil-a eating, Beatles loving, art-collecting history buff. I love cats. 🙂 I became a Christian on June 24, 2004. I am strongly pro-life and I don’t apologize for it.

I have always sought to be an authentic person. I don’t like fakeness. I am a human being. I have made mistakes, & will continue to make them, but I believe there is a certain beauty that goes with those who aren’t trying to be anything else except what they are… I’ve always just tried to be myself – even if people aren’t into it. A lot of people say i’m odd, but I’m so glad I don’t have a boring personality… I march to the beat of my own drum, because I walk in the truth from God that I am fearfully and wonderfully made. My personality is not a mistake.

For since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead. For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.

(1 Corinthians 15:21-22)

Maybe you’ll read something here that makes you feel more connected & less alone. Maybe you’ll be encouraged. Maybe my posts will depress you. lol. Maybe you’ll laugh. Maybe you’ll unfollow. Lol. Anything can happen here. Ragardless, I’m glad you came.