Monday, January 18, 2016

Time Marches? Waddles? Scurries? Flies ...

Wow. Has it really been so long since I have typed letters onto a blank screen to document some aspect of my life? I must have been busy with a toddler/preschooler/work/life [insert anything/everything here]. Seriously though, the time - it does all of these things: marches, runs, scurries, rushes, ambles, waddles, putters ... flies. It really does fly. That saying -  "the days are long but the years are short,"  - it's so true.

Sophie is four now. FOUR. We have had many an adventure in those four years, and I am proud to say I have truly emphasized experiences over things. Of course, I have probably bought one too many things as well. What can I say, she is my little miracle. It's hard not to indulge every now and then. Mostly though, we have enjoyed this adventure called life. She keeps it interesting.

Speaking of interesting ... We are living in an RV now, with the goal of traveling the country for 3 - 6 months, then settling somewhere that pleases us. This may happen! This may not. We are still in a state of limbo. We have downsized considerably and are now accustomed to "tiny house living," but our future goals have many preconditions. I hope to be able to blog from the road, to document our experience there, and to truly get a taste of the wandering life.

If it doesn't happen this attempt, maybe in another soon.

If you want to visit our tumblr page, which is mostly just photos, it is here: Simple Full Life. Because naomiwashere was taken.

Let's hope it's not another 3 years before my next post ...

2 comments:

  1. I did not know about this adventure until today! Sounds like the Playmobil needs to wait a while until you have resettled? I just rounded it up for sorting... Your news is exciting and I wish you all a most magical time as you travel.

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    1. Did you get my email? No need to wait, as I have a way to store, sort, and rotate for Sophie, and I do believe she is going to have a blast with this inheritance. We will, of course, treasure it, and are grateful and honored to be chosen.

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