Sunday, April 8, 2018

Back And Forth And Around Again

Around this time last year, I was in the process of moving. And so it goes, I'm getting ready to move again.

City life is not for me.

We have been looking all over in quiet little towns to find our perfect place. Where I'm from and where I am right now, the noise never stops. I thoroughly enjoy our trips to the mountains because it's so very peaceful...

Yes, yes I am a little cliche...you know, a writer and shady forest hideaway...


Anyway, I think we have found our perfect little place, but I don't want to say it's ours for sure yet because I did that last year and we ended up in our current terrible apartment.

I lovingly refer to it as "The Box In Rat City."

It was hard for us to decide what we were going to do after my husband retired from the Navy. We want to convert a bus into a camper, we want to travel all around, we want to find land, we want to buy a house...

We ended up in the city where my daughter is attending college. It's her first year so we wanted to make sure she was all set. I thought it was going to be weird for her at first, but it worked out. Her best friend from back home got accepted and they are going to room together next year. So, now...



I will officially be an empty nester. All of my butterflies have grown up and flown away. 

My point is, it's gonna be weird.

Therefore, I am going to need to be busy.
All of the time.
No time to miss my sweet babies, busy busy busy.

I have been thinking about those goals a lot more seriously lately. 

I think my husband and I are finally in fairly stable financial shape. Well, better than we have ever been in our lives.

So, maybe we will convert a skoolie, maybe we'll get an RV instead. Maybe we'll buy a house on a giant piece of land or maybe we'll find something better.

Who knows? It could all change by next week.



What kind of goals or plans do you have? Have they changed as life changed? 

4 comments:

  1. My goals have definitely changed once I had kids and as they have been getting older. I know once my youngest is in school full time, I will find something to keep me a little busy during the day so I am not going stir crazy! :)

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    1. Mine are all grown up (19 and 21) and I definitely had to find something to do once they started school. I was bored to death, lol! Luckily, blogging came along right about then ;)

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  2. Between work, kids, home life- my goals are now to try to remember me!

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    1. That is definitely most important! Sometimes, we moms forget to take care of us! It's so worth it!

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