Whoa! What a long, strange trip it’s been. Detroit Moxie began just over 2 years ago and it has been growing in the most delightful ways. If you scroll down you can see my original “about” post, which will always occupy this space. You see, it keeps me in check—makes sure I’m still doing what I set out to do.
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Original "about" post
Hi ya. I’m Becks Davis and I was born and bred in the suburbs of Detroit. First, in Warren and then Bloomfield Hills. I left for college when I was 17 and didn’t return to Detroit until I was 30.
I wasn't actually in college all that time. I went to Marquette University in Milwaukee and then moved to Chicago two years after I graduated. I came back to Metro Detroit for a few years but I never ventured out of my comfort zone. If it wasn’t in Birmingham, Bloomfield, or Troy, I probably missed it.
Then, I took a drastically different approach to life and decided to travel around the United Kingdom for 5 weeks. That was March and April of 2003. On that fantastic journey, I met my husband in a pub in London, and then moved to England. (The courtship was much longer than that sentence.)
I had a lovely time in England and wouldn't trade it for the world. I did find myself, however, sitting in my home on the Southern coast of England, the Jurassic coast, on my computer pining for Detroit.
Yeah, I know, but I did, I pined. And yes, it is the Jurassic coast.
Now, I’m back and I want to explore everything I missed before, and I really I missed everything. I’m excited to explore this city and the community with my husband and anyone else who would like to join me on this journey.
Are you in?