Who is Jess Lee?

I was born in Portland, OR, and then at 9 years old, our family moved to the land of the igloos, the Iditarod, and the land of the midnight sun – aka Alaska!  No, I did not live in an igloo or go ice-fishing for dinner, though I have ridden a dog-sled and seen FAR more than my fair share of moose…

After graduating from high school I moved to Philadelphia to attend the University of Pennsylvania.  Since graduating I’ve been working in Philly at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, whilst cultivating a deep love for the Phillies, flag football, and food… no, wait, I already loved food. Edit: “deepER” love.

I also love the orchestra.  I play an inordinate amount of video games.  I detest the Stupid Excuse for a Painful Transportation Anomaly, aka SEPTA and thus ride my bike whenever possible.  I am awesome at getting carsick, but if you have ever had the poor misfortune to lose your head to one of my nausea-induced rages, I offer you my sincerest apologies.  I didn’t mean anything I said.  I am often called “Jalaska” (Jessica from Alaska) or “Megaphone” (talk with me and you’ll likely soon learn why).  I laugh at everything.  I sneeze really loud.  Random abilities have at some point included wind surfing, clay wheel throwing, horse back riding, fish-gutting, and sound mixing.  I would love to do more of any of the above given the opportunity… except maybe the fish-gutting.

But most awesomely I am a good, personal pal of Jesus Christ.  And so awesome is He, I am now going to introduce Him to some new friends in Hiroshima, Japan.

  1. May 15, 2011 at 12:28 pm

    =DDD u r so funny! =DDD
    i’m pretty awesome at getting carsick too. my travel sickness vehicles include boats, buses, airplanes, practically anything that moves. you too?
    ha ha ha i’ll have a carsick partner soon. beware of scott’s super-narrow-Japanese-roads backroad driving… 😉

    • May 16, 2011 at 3:57 pm

      oooh, yeah? hmm, note to self: avoid scott’s car… haha

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