I’ve taken the month of September off to focus on our family’s relocation. Right now we are living in a temporary home as we make some decisions about our current and potential trajectories.
Leaving Orem has been a little rough. We love it there. The people, the community, all of it. In the meantime, we live closer to the mountains with a direct view of some of the most incredible sunrises and sunsets we’ve seen in a long time. It all reminds me why we love this place.
This morning, I rested with our baby after one of those dreadfully long nights…compliments of a three year old who hid every single one bottle in the house.
I awoke from one of those bleary it’s-awfully-early-to-be-napping naps with messages that this blog’s stats were skyrocketing. I was a little confused since I haven’t posted in a month. That is when I received notification that Orem City posted my most recent piece. Wow! What an honor!
Thank you for stopping by and reading. I’m touched by your comments and encouragement. There is so much good in the world and as we help each other see it, it’s easier to spread.
There’s more where that came from.
Inspired by recent events in our family, several dear friends are helping me with a special project dear to my heart. For the first bit of October, I will be sharing a surprise we’ve been working on for my daughter.
One of the participants gave me some great advice about how to approach a rather sensitive subject in order for it to be a gift to all involved. “Think of this project like it’s a stool. You need at least three legs otherwise it’s flimsy. Find three strong, sturdy legs and you’ve got yourself something worth writing’.
And I think I’ve finally gotten it together.
So if you like what you see here, stick around for a bit. We’ve put a few brilliant heads together and we’re eager to share…