My husband is Jeff Chambers. We live in St. Louis, MO, with our guinea
pig, Boca, and our daughter, Grace. He currently attends University of
Missouri, St. Louis, where he is studying Mechanical Engineering.
We're pretty different - he hates both math and Buffy, the two coolest
things I know of - but despite this, he's pretty great.
My daughter's name is Grace Moriarty Chambers. We call her Mort. (Don't ask.)
Here are some cute pictures on my flickr
My parents are Robert and Susan Wolf; they live in Edwardsville, IL. Dad has
just retired from the philosophy
department at SIUE; I think he plans to
enjoy being a gentleman of leisure for a while. Mom writes weekly columns for
the newspaper and volunteers at Cahokia
Mounds and the Glen-Ed food pantry. She also teaches classes at SWIC, mainly for the GED and
pre-GED program there. She used to teach fourth grade at St.
Boniface, but retired a while ago. Mom and Dad also volunteer at the library, and they are very involved
at their church, St.
I have two sisters, Kristin and Kara, and one brother, Erik. Kristin has three
children, Maggie, Cole, and Annie, and Kara has two children, Carroll and
Genevieve. Both of my sisters are married to their own Jeffs.
Kristin lives in North Dakota, with her husband Jeff. She works at University of North Dakota in the Honors Program, where she gets to
teach some very cool classes. Her Jeff is a Dean of Students at University of North Dakota. Maggie is 10
old, loves to read, and has a black belt in karate. Cole is 7 years old,
also loves to read, and is into playing games with his sisters. Annie is 4
years old, and is training to be a gymnast; you might see her at the
Olympics in about 12 years.
My brother Erik works at a stock trading company in Chicago.
He runs the computer systems for his company, and loves to
explore the city and travel to cool places.
My sister Kara lives near Chicago with her Jeff. She works at their church
organizing outreach and activities. Her Jeff works at the IBM Innovations Center. He does really cool stuff
with computer graphics and related things, and even wrote a book.
Their son, Carroll, is about 5 years old, and is an incredibly
active kid who loves trains more than anything else. Their daughter, Evie, is
3 years old, and also shows signs of unbelievable cuteness.