Moving, Part 2

Moving, Part 2


Just a check note that this week as been a rollercoaster ride of emotions. I gave my notice at work on Wednesday and I cried. Yes, I cried. As much as I complain about my job, I am grateful that I have one. It was emotionally freeing handing my notice but now the real work begins. Cleaning closets, sorting through 5 years of junk and deciding what moves and what doesn’t make the traveling squad.

My last day at work is Wednesday June 20th and we are hoping to go to Lindale on the 21st to start looking for a place to live. 🙂 We have a housing budget and we will not budge from it. I’m taking the summer off from working outside of the home, so the budget must be adhered to or I have to work again. 😦

Just thought I would give you update on the move. I’m having a tour this week on the blog so come back and check it out. Its my first tour with Novel Publicity.

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Comments

  1. It sounds like you have a great plan in place for this next stage in your life. I know it’s scary with a new move and quitting a job you’ve had for a bit, but it can also be an adventure. In about a year and half, my new husband and I will be doing the same thing and moving up near Seattle, Washington. He will be retiring from the Coast Guard at that time. Lots to plan before then! Good luck with your housing search!

  2. Maria D. says:

    Sounds like you have a plan…you just have to stick to it…and think of how freeing it will be to get rid of things you no longer need:)

  3. Thanks ladies. Of course, best laid plans can sometimes turn bad. Fingers crossed. 🙂

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