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Absent, But Not Gone

I can’t believe that this time last year, I had written a blog for every day in the month of February.. or was it January? Ha! See, it’s been so crazed that I can’t even remember… or maybe it’s just being blond that does that to me? {It was March, btw}

I’ve surely been an absent blogger of late, both here and over on What Andy Does, which is a shared blog with my Hubby. No doubt you’ve seen that we are all in a tither because we’ve sold our house in which we’ve lived for 25 years and are embarking on a new adventure in a new home very soon. Everything comes to a head on February 27th, and then… just like that… it’ll be done. I’m hoping to have internet back up during next week, but that will depend on the cable company. Doesn’t it always?

Aside from all my worldly possessions either being stored in a barn or my living room, there have been a few other things going on.

1. I got a raise! Yep… I got a raise. I’m so happy about this.

2. Bessie passed away. I don’t think I wrote about this, but we had to put my sweet kitty down right after Christmas. Christmas was always her favorite time of the year. She’d sit on packages under the tree, or amongst the holiday greenery, the entire day. She had stopped eating and near the end and was shunning contact with people. I cried and cried, but then I remembered all the cuddly love time I had with her and I was better. From a tiny little ball that didn’t have her eyes open when she was given to me and I was her pseudo-mom, to the 18 years of kitty love and cuddles she’d given back, I was blessed to have had her in my world. She’s absent, but not really gone.

3. Paris planning has been a big thing lately. Even though I still haven’t finished my videos from Italy – and I know everyone is as sick of hearing they are coming as I am in saying they are coming – I’m now in negotiations for a tour of France, centering mostly in Paris. About 6 months after getting home from Italy, we started discussing the possibility of going to Paris. Immediately after that, I started seeing the Eiffel Tower EVERYWHERE!! In one day, at 5 different stores, I turn around and BAM! there would be another reference to France. Ok, Universe, I hear you… I have no problems with planning another trip.

4. Elijah and Carmina Burana – Because we can’t have a Spring without some kind of extra something going on. No complaints at all, since I like the bustle, but we are looking at a new cloning machine. We have Spring Concerts and guest performances in Elijah along with Carmina Burana all in one weekend, with times overlapping. Let me just say a HUGE thank-you to the volunteers in advance!!

So, the next time I check in, I’ll probably give you an update on how the move went and what changes are in store for the new house. It’s living in the 80’s and I’m coming to drag it into 20??, while I listen to music from the 80’s. Lol.

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I believe you reap what you sow. It's not a Karma thing, it's that I believe you make your own reality whether good or bad. Thus, my favorite saying is, "Say what you mean and mean what you say."

Well, Sharon, if you wanna know what I think....

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