Connie Pearson is a freelance travel writer, blogger, and the author of three books: Telling It on the Mountain: 52 Days in the Life of an Improbable Missionary, 100 Things To Do In Huntsville And North Alabama Before You Die, and 100 Things To Do In Auburn, AL Before You Die. Recently, she received the Chairman’s Cup Award, given by the Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association for demonstrating long-standing support for the region and its tourism activities, and the Ambassador of the Year award from Decatur-Morgan County Tourism. Her website is ThereGoesConnie.com, and you can find her on Facebook and Instagram @ThereGoesConnie.
Connie has lived in Alabama all her life, except for the four years she and her husband spent in Ecuador as missionaries. She has three adult children, fifteen grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
Connie has a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance from Auburn University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in music education from the University of Alabama in Huntsville.