Category Archives: moving

Leaving home to go home. (Part 3)

If we had to compare this series about depression/blues to walking down a mountain into valley and then back up to another mountaintop, then we are now at the point where we’ve hit the bottom and are finally getting to … Continue reading

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Leaving home to go home. (Part 2)

Welcome to the series where I bare it all, exposing the tender spots on my heart regarding our most recent moves. Monday, in the introduction to the series, I shared why I’ve had such a hard time getting these words … Continue reading

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Leaving home to go home. (Part 1)

As I mentioned yesterday, most of what I wrote in the “Leaving home to go home” series was written over a month ago.  I’ve healed quite a bit since I wrote this and it’s taken me a few weeks to … Continue reading

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Leaving home to go home. (Series intro.)

Home.  I have to say, I love being home.  To define that, I mean my house, where my stuff is and where my family lives.  For a military family, the location of home changes frequently.  We haven’t moved as many as … Continue reading

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Christmas Ornament from PCS Stickers

“I saw the cutest thing on Pinterest.” Famous last words of any crafter… except this time I actually started and competed the project! It required some thinking-ahead, as in, while we were unloading our HHGs.* As things were unpacked, I … Continue reading

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My Back Yard Transformation

Many of you may not know that I’m the daughter of a very successful landscaper in Charlotte, NC.  He has owned and operated his own company for over 30 years and my brother, after college, returned to work as the … Continue reading

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