Sorry Cornerview friends, blogger friends, Ohio friends and family, but this not a very beachy post. The tides are turning for my little family and me. I am generally the type of person that tries to live more in the moment and not worry about the future. Well, today I must question the future a little; we have just found out that the company my husband works for is packing up and moving to Georgia. They are taking some people with them and leaving others behind to fend for themselves. This is what we know right now, we are either: 1. moving to Georgia, 2. losing our only income which leads to 3. finding a new job which can transplant us anywhere in the US (the city I live in right now is considered a dying city because many companies are in bankruptcy or moving). We won't know about the possibility of Georgia until the end of July.
I am trying to look at our new situation as a new chapter, a way to possibly make our wonderful little life even more wonderful. I honestly have been feeling anxious lately before this big news, like we needed a change in some way. My feelings must have made an impact somewhere and new doors are now opening. So I intend to remain optimistic and carry on. I need to warn you though, I feel the need to help with the income and soon will be changing my blog around a bit (perhaps a website instead)....will probably have to add some advertising and finally open that Etsy shop I've been considering.
To all of you in the same boat, isn't life really all about change when we least expect it? I leave you with a haiku by OneMultipleCode.
who sleeps in the early spring
ignorant of wings
For some reason, I'm feeling the growth of wings............