Its been a long time since I’ve written.
A time of pondering the move, then actually moving, being buried in boxes, looking for jobs, enrolling kids in school, dealing with the financial stress of moving, and getting our little rental house feeling like home.
I think we’re there.
My kids are in the swing of their new school, they are making many new friends, they are enjoying playing soccer and riding the bus every day.
My husband is really liking his new job and I have had an amazing time as a Therapeutic Riding Instructor for Camp Manitou-Lin. I’m learning so much and eager to share more of that with all of you! I also recently landed a perfect part time job that I am very excited about. Also, in a couple weeks, I will be enrolling in another class to further my educational goals.
There is so much going on, I’ve at times been pretty overwhelmed to even write. I think I do now know what writers block is. Its having so many things swirling around in your head, but you just cannot get them out.
I hope this post unleashes the words in my heart and mind.
I know “they” say that you can’t go home again, but I did, I am here. And you know, there is nothing like a homecoming than a good ole fashioned high school football game.
There are crazy young kids getting into the spirit of the day.
There are little guys with hopes of big football dreams
There is the parade that the entire town joins in for
There are mascots
Players ready to win (and go on to win the conference title!)
And the purest feeling of walking the streets of a small town, waving at people you see at work, at the grocery store, at the school dropping off their kids… and hanging with your sister