When someone in their twenties is just starting out in life, changes and new beginnings are expected. Back then, the changes in my life were great. I left my parents home on my wedding day and within a couple of years moved 1,200 miles away.
Moving brought my husband and I independence and better jobs. But soon after, life remained stagnant. Year after tedious year, I felt stuck and longed for change.
Who knew that after a half of century, and 30 years of marriage, we would get that major change in our lives. I thought this was the time when we were supposed to be settled and preparing for retirement. Nonetheless, we’re moving on to bigger and better things. A better job. A more comfortable place for our health issues. Nearer to family and friends.
Finally, we’re literally moving onward (forward) and upward (north) with our lives. The only problem with doing it at this age is struggling with health issues and a lack of energy to get it all done. Not only is it a 1,200-mile move, but it’s not a simple one either. Without going into boring details, the logistics are quite complicated. I know we’ll get through this, but it seems blogging will have to take a backseat for a time.
I’ll be tied up from being able to visit blogs as well. I’m going to miss you guys, but I look forward to hanging with my blogging friends again from our new home (which may be with Mom for a while until we can find something).
Thank you to those of you who have supported me through these changes since my husband’s accident. Truly, you’ve held my hand through a laptop screen. I’ll be back visiting your blogs when I can. Blessings to you.
P.S. There is a link below to fun, upbeat song. My scheduled posts will have some more of those.
I had to get away, from my old routine, let a new day come, start over again. I’m on my way. ~ Tommy Shaw, On My Way, Styx