Change is in the Air

We have spent the last couple of months on a farewell tour of the grand republic of Texas.  With the kids out of school and the husband on terminal leave, I have had no quiet time to share our story here.  Here’s hoping that retirement, a cross-country move and a much larger home will allow for suitable writing conditions.

Eliesha and her family have moved to a facility where her husband is getting the treatment he needs.  They are doing well and are appreciative for all the support.

If you are visiting my blog for the first time:

Thank you for stopping by.  The blog is very raw and uses a lot of swear words.  It will break your heart a few times over.  I really don’t recommend reading it.  But if you decide to stick around anyway, start with the early entries.  I’m telling the story in (almost) chronological order, and it will make more sense if you start at the beginning.  Over on the right sidebar you can navigate the posts, subscribe to new posts and “like” the page on Facebook if you’re so inclined.

Wish me luck as we tread a totally new path!  Big, wonderful, fantastic things are happening for us.  And they are completely terrifying.

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2 Responses to Change is in the Air

  1. Don Graves says:

    All of you will be missed in Texas. Good luck to you all, my prayers go with you on your journey

  2. Deb Conrad says:

    Just stopped by to wish you the best with your move and readjusting to civilian life. I’ve thought about you often and sent up a quiet prayer every time you and your husband crossed my mind. All the best, from this Marine Mom.

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