Monday, January 19

Moving day

Well, today is the day I have chosen to head down the road. It's kind of a sad day. I'll be back here next Sunday as Adam and I are taking my daughter Amy and my grandson Owen to see The Wizard of Oz (play). Yeah, it's all just really sad, but I think necessary. I think everyone will be happier in the long run. I guess there's not really much more to say.

12 comments:

Clay Perry said...

moving & change are always sad... i hope everything works out for you...

Kip said...

Good luck with your transition - you seem like a strong and aware person - I'm sure that everything will work out for you with time...

cookingwithgas said...

best of luck-
M

Linda Starr said...

I hope the weather is a bit warmer today for your move, good luck.

Joy Tanner said...

Good luck with your move, Deborah, and keep up with your journaling no matter what the subject content, whether you decide it to be private or public. I've still been here reading along even though I'm not always a good commenter. Hope to see you poking around on this screen still. I always have enjoyed your perspective and our occasional chats.

tsbroome said...

Your blogs have given me a smile on days when I really needed one. I'll see if I can come up with one to give you a smile, think you could use one about now. Good luck, please keep blogging, who knows, maybe you have a future in writing out there somewhere! Come on down south where it's warm!

www.jeffmartinceramics.blogspot.com said...

the deeper our saddness the deeper our joy...or something like that. the point is, that you are not afraid of being human here. i mostly just blog my work-life, but i too have much sadness. i was told to be grateful for it for it is a gift. you are aware!

Ben Stark said...

Good luck Deb! I agree that you should come down south where it's warm. That should cheer you up! Hope to 'hear' from you soon.

Sandi Adams said...

My best to you with the move. Just remember that after the Long cold winter the new hope of spring always comes.

Judy Shreve said...

Good luck with your move. It sounds like you and Adam are remaining friends - that always helps in a transition. It takes great courage to do what you are doing. Keep journaling -- that might help as you sort through your feelings ( and we enjoy reading).

doug fitch said...

all the best Deborah

Deborah Woods said...

Oh my gosh-thank you so much everyone. I almost fell over when I turned on my computer and saw all the well wishes. Thanks again.