Archive for July, 2013

Well, it really has been a very long time since I have posted very much here, and I am short on time to say too much about the tremendous ways my life has turned on it’s head, inside out, upside down… however you care to say it… life has changed.  Mostly for the better, but defiantly for the poorer!

I am no longer able to even THINK about planning a Seattle road trip for a long while, I am not able to count down my Fortieth Birthday with a Bucket list of “things to do”…  And I certainly am not excited about much these days.

But I truly did do the right thing by quitting my job and staying home with my Autistic son, I do know that and it is confirmed everyday. I just wish I knew where I was going from here!



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