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Friday, January 10, 2020

5 Things on Friday 1/10/20

Photo Credit: Amanda Marie Photography
It's been a month and a half since I've written anything. So let's play a little catch-up. I hope you had a wonderful holiday.

1. We were just about to list our house when the neighbor's friend was looking for a home. They made an offer, and we accepted it. It was so easy. I could tell that God was at work. When things are meant to be, there is little or no friction. It was a HUGE weight lifted on us. Us moving would have been simple if we weren't moving into someone's lifetime of stuff. We've been cleaning, pitching and donating since May. It's been non-stop since the addition started at the beginning of July. We moved into the new house in the second week of December. I'm not going to lie. That part was a little rough. The construction dust and the basement is a horror movie that has been horrible on all of our allergies. It's getting better every week. I don't miss my old house. I absolutely love our views in the woods and living by my parents.

2. I'm so picky. I've been buying and returning so many items. I can't quite get the right color of red that I'm looking for. My living room is light gray, and this time, I'm using red as pops of colors. When I find the right decorations, I will leave it. The problem is just finding what works.

3. Even though the new house is FAR from being done, we are going to celebrate our progress and have friends over for a game night. I'm a little out of sorts doing this because seriously, it's still a mess. But, life is about progress, and we've come a long way.

4. I'm really enjoying my personal training. I think I am the most fit that I've ever been in my whole entire life. I have lines and definition that I've never had before. I'm going into full training mode before our two weeks in Hawaii.

5. I've come to the realization that I think the teenage years are the hardest. They feel so many emotions, which makes them hard to deal with. Sometimes I would love to spend a few minutes with the sweet little girls they once were. The ones that loved me ferociously. Right now, they are pushing to grow up, which is precisely what they're supposed to be doing.

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