I cannot stress enough how strange it is to type out the title of this post. First off, I never envisioned myself living in Texas. Secondly, I never thought I would have a birthday where I didn’t have friends to celebrate with. Lastly, I surely didn’t think that we would still be in a world […]
Alrighty, I am almost done catching everyone up on our holiday events! (I wrote this back in January – oops!) This one was most definitely a huge success. Like most things this past year, we didn’t have any plans for ringing in the new year, but I didn’t feel like just letting it slip on
This year Christmas looked different for us, just like it did most of the world. We didn’t plan on much other than the regular stuff: presents, food with R&R. It ended up being a really wonderful day and I enjoyed the slow pace of it all. Gil and I woke up before the kids. It
This year we were in a bit of a pickle with all things ‘Christmas Decor.’ You see, we do not have all of our belongings in San Antonio. Last spring we packed up two U-Boxes with approximately half our possessions before staging the condo for optimal sales tactics. Then, we packed up the rest in
Alright everyone, let’s get real here. I’ve never had a ‘living’ Christmas tree before (well mostly, keep reading to see the one exception). Seemed throughout my whole childhood someone was allergic to every scent known to man; no scented flowers, no perfumes that have strong scents, no real Christmas tree…the list can go on. Also,
As I look back on the last year I can’t help but think about the old adage, “careful what you wish for.” My family had planned for a change. I wouldn’t say it is what we had wished for, but it was a well thought out path for our future. Even when a pandemic hit,
Our relocation scouting trip to check out St. Petersburg, Florida.