The Calm Before The Storm
Things feel normal right now. Our little home is comfortable. I had a dear friend over for dinner and a movie. We lit the house up with candles and chatted about life and laughed about the lamest movie I've seen in years. Everything felt so homey and comfortable. We are leaving our little home in one month. I'm getting sad. I love our little Mississippi home.
I will miss everything about it. I think I am just getting sentimental. That's normal right? I've finally found my place here and we're on to our next adventure. I'm excited but I'll miss our little home. I'll miss my road trips with Dan in the South. I'll miss our photo shoots. I'll miss my job. I'll miss my new Southern friends.
I need to get a parasol to help me sail into our next adventure.
For now, I'm finishing up my last week of work at The Pastry Garden. I'm getting gifts and care packages together. I'm addressing thank-you notes. I'm collecting many boxes for the BIG move. I'm party planning.
I'm getting ready to go HOME to Mrytle Avenue and my dear Monrovia, California.
I get to chill with my Mommy, my CJ, my Baby Bono, my Annie and my lovely friends.
Then I'm back to Mississippi to celebrate our third wedding anniversary, have a grand yard sale, celebrate and pack up the big truck.
For now, I'm going to watch a movie in bed and drink some Diet Coke.
Hopefully Daniel will join me.