It’s a crazy, wonderful life

It’s been over a week since I last posted. I’m going to apologize for that now. There might be some weeks in the future with lapses as well. There are lots and lots of things going on in the LWM household.

We’re moving. This would be a big enough deal if we were moving a few miles down the road. It’s a lot bigger (for us) since we are moving 75 miles away to the other side of the city. We will be a lot closer to family and friends, which is just awesome. Hubby and I might actually see a date night in our future. We haven’t experienced that since I was pregnant. This is a hugely positive thing we are doing. But it’s a big change. HUGE (like me during the pregnancy I just mentioned). We have lived in the same suburban area together for nearly 11 years. Oddly, very few of our friends and none of our family live here. They are mostly all 1.5 hours away. Makes sense, right?

So we’re moving to this teeny tiny town- comparatively, 75 miles south. This town is tiny enough that I had to drive there to set up my utilities through the municipality. They don’t have online setup, use email for setup, or do it over the phone. I’m just thankful I didn’t live in another state or anything.

So here’s a picture of the new house-

house It’s pretty amazing. It was built in 1887 and has been completely renovated. It’s a true blessing that we found it. It’s 10 minutes from family where my son can chase cows and goats and ride 4 wheelers really slowly with his Grams-

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Really, how can that be topped?

Added to the move, we are scheduled for the next super nuke to invade my husband’s body next Monday. We’ll have to be gone at least 2.5 days, but it’s the last treatment. Prayers for successful healing are much appreciated!

I’m also gearing up for the holiday business season. I’ll be adding new products to my Etsy shops for both print (Christmas cards anyone?) and crochet items. Stationary makes a great gift for others. So do warm fuzzy crochet gifts, so if you’re looking I can hook you up. (no pun intended). Seriously, though, if you’re looking for something special and you have a request, chances are I can accommodate it. I have print templates and crochet patterns for most anything out there.

And lastly, I’ve signed up to be an independent distributor for Rodan + Fields. These are the doctors who developed ProActiv. They have an entire line of amazing skin care products that truly target issues many of us face. I’m excited to add them to my potential income stream. If you would like information you can check out my site here.

I’ll have more updates on the minutiae of the past week and a new recipe for a quick and easy pasta dinner to post tomorrow. Must get through the Halloween madness. Much love, y’all.

  

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