The Truth About Adventures

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From the Heart, New Home

Last night Alix came over to do her laundry. I love that she and her friend, Steven come over all the time. I enjoy seeing them both and  it makes me feel like I have family near me. It’s cool, even if it is to do laundry.

Alix was loading her clothes in the washer and she looked at me with her cute little grin and asked me if I was losing it. I was like, “What?” She then mentioned she had read my blog this week and it sounded like I was losing it and if it sounded like I was half losing it she was worried I may be wholly losing it. Ok good point, so I thought I’d clarify.

I was only half losing it.

Now that that is cleared up let me explain.

I am here to tell you the truth. I’m not that great at doing things any other way. I’m the truth speaker at my house and that is good and also very sucky. It just depends on what the truth is and whether or not you like it. I’m learning and have been learning to be better at truth delivery, my weakness.

Moving and relocating and selling a house we’ve lived in for over a decade is a big deal. I really want to share the experience and adventure with people here on the blog. I really think the best way to do that is by telling the truth about what that is like. How helpful would it be if I was sharing only the good and happy parts so when you begin a similar journey and start freaking out, you feel terrible because it’s hard and scary but I did it so perfectly? PS I don’t do anything perfectly. If you are here to see me do things perfectly you should read another blog because there are a ton of them where people are doing things perfectly. They are perfect blogs. I just wanted to say perfect one more time.

So, come with me as we embark on this amazing journey because I’m gonna tell the truth about what it takes and what really happens when we take on huge adventures. We’re so excited and so scared right now because Wednesday, our offer on the mini ranch was accepted! It was all worth the fear when Emma started sobbing and saying,”This means I’m really going to have a pig…”

All we have to do now is sell our house. I’m at peace with it because it’s a really great home and if we have to stay here we will be just as happy because we love it. For realzzzzz.

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Just a girl, on a journey. Thankful for love, thankful for friends and family, and thankful for forgiveness. Full of passion, conviction and hope.

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