As I am quickly nearing D Day to my next big move I am reminded of a lot of things. First, that I hate packing. I have plenty of experience packing up and moving. *Never again will I tell anyone -I am a professional packer..... * And have done every move from cross country to middle of the night move outs using flash lights and garbage bags to hold my belongings. The best part about moving so much is that it is hard to build up many belongings and packing is more streamlined. The worse part would probably be re- paying for large essentials. I think I have bought 4 washer and dryers now. Please note, all of this experience does not help me move others---unless lots of beer and pizza is also provided!
|Worse move picture ever!?|
I moved to Wyoming just over a year ago with a huge grudge on my shoulders. The summers are great here, but the winters are in a word, nasty. And I hit the state just before Turkey day. I soon landed an awesome job, and had a great summer. Mainly because of making some great friends, growing with old friends, booze, and family. This past summer was one big/great family reunion. We are a close family, and I love my parents and beyond to know end, but we are all nomads at heart and seem to be circling the globe in different patterns. Now that I have been here so long, I am finding it hard to pack. Not physically but emotionally. I know that you will all stay in my hearts, but not as near. Great things are waiting for me, but great things are here too.
|Mom, myself, and my brothers|
|Dad, my bro's, and there woman|
I saw two of my sisters this year also. It has been quite a gap since I have seen either. And it was great seeing them. *Writers note: Although I use pictures in my blogs, I try to not use names until the people in question tell me it is ok. If you are onna those people, let me know. And yes, sometimes it is simply because I do not know the persons real name. The last sister spotting, was for Turkey day. And I hate to admit I spent most of the time, trying to get into her notebooks. She continually writes down "quotable quotes" in special notebooks that her friends and or drunk people say. And I believe that it is an awesome idea. If nothing else she could publish many of the best thoughts, and allllll of her friends would purchase the "book" to see if they were in it. We also all tried to help her document what people do for fun in Sheridan. I have to admit no one would like to see our answers. Sheridan really is God's country, but it's also extremely mind numbingly boring! Just recall that "sheep are safe!" * Don't ask.
|Sheep are safe!??|
|My sister and I|
|Mom and Dad!|
|A future Adams?|