I'm at my temporary home (a nice little villa), where I'll be living for the next two months. The car is unloaded and I have stuff stacked everywhere. I've driven to my new office to get the driving route established, and I'm happy to say it will likely take me 15 minutes max to get there, only because I'm driving through a school zone, today it took me 4 minutes. I took a mini tour of the area, and then went to Publix to stock up on some basic supplies. I've sent Johny pictures of the villa, and he's happy it's nice; it is odd not to have him here with me, but he'll be here in a few weeks. I asked him to send me a photo of the beautiful pinkshell azalea that bloomed only after I left the cabin...
It's a beauty!
I have to say, I am so very fortunate to have this opportunity, but even more so, that
my life keeps unfolding in such an incredible way. I am blessed, truly
blessed, and grateful for it all.
It's a strange and exciting experience all
at the same time!!!
Thanks for reading my blog, see you tomorrow,
Glad Johny has a camera, we won't miss those beautiful flowers.
Why are you in the villa for just 2 months?
Happy Mother's Day
Really beautiful, Lise. Happy Mother's Day.
Welcome to Florida. Hugs!
The azalea is gorgeous, too....Glad you have a great place to live while you take on this new challenge! Is this a summer only position?
Glad you are settling in OK. I'll keep posted on your progress. This is a big step, and I know the separation isn't easy. I was separated from Wayne much of the three years I stayed with Mom helping her at the end of life. It was well worth it. I got to know her in a very different way and was glad I could make her final years the best they could be. - Margy
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