January 6, 2011


Moving across the country just four days after Christmas doesn't allow for much downtime.
I became so behind on my journal(ing)/blogging, I now have some time to get caught up.

We enjoyed a wonderful Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, then the whirling blur began.
The packing, shipping, calling, planning, cleaning, and flying, all flew by... (No pun intended).
It was a strange feeling to be looking forward to, but at the same time dreading the 29th of December. So many exciting adventures ahead. Many goodbyes (in my case, consisted of many tears). I tried not to cry, but every time I said goodbye to someone else, it would start. It?
It is the love and happiness that they all bring to life, the laughter, the excitement, the concern, the smiles, the joy, all of which I didn't want to miss, and now realizing all of which can still be felt even 2,000 miles away :) and I do feel it.


  1. Oh, keep the posts coming, I feel closer to you when I am able to read the words and hear your voice in my mind as I do. You are beautiful, and you are STRONG and AMAZING. XOXOXOXO

  2. I know your dad would echo my comments, but to be clear, I am commenting on his account, don't have my own, I will figure that out soon I hope. This is your mom, and that last comment was me as well, and I love you. XOXOXO

  3. Dont know what I would do without you and I'm so glad we are both on the east coast right now. Visit soon?! Love you.