Sunday, November 24, 2019

Bringing You Up to Date

Well, it's been awhile since I last posted and I thought you should be brought up to date.

I've turned 60 since the last time I posted. I still look something like the woman in the upper right hand corner. Sort of.

older woman in a black shirt posing casually

I'm still married to my Hillbilly.


man in blue plaid shirt standing next to woman in red blouse



And Alyssa from NearNormalcy.com is still my daughter.





On the other hand, The Princess is a TEENAGER now!

Teenage girl looking over her shoulder

Teenage girl sitting with phone wearing ripped jeans and striped tshirt
She's still adorable!

THE BIGGEST NEWS IS I'VE RETIRED FROM TEACHING!

That's right! My Hillbilly and I have retired and moved to the land of his birth, Missouri. Let me tell you, that's been a big adjustment for this California girl!

I've had to get used to having views like this from my front porch!

Purple sunset through trees in Missouri

Yellow and orange sunset through trees in Missouri


Trees casting long shadows in Missouri yard

And sometimes the neighbors come to visit.


German Shepard dog seen through window standing on porch facing away

Big yellow dog standing on porch looing in sliding glass door


Gray squirrel standing on porch looking in sliding glass door

So I think I'd like to write a few blog posts about my adventures in moving and the changes in my life. That is, if anyone is still out there? Do I have any readers? If so, would you mind just saying Hi in the comments?

2 comments:

  1. It is so good to hear about your adventures! I've often wondered how you were. It looks like life has been good to you. You look great at 60! I turn 61 today- you're just a young-un!

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    1. Hi! So glad to hear from you. I'm only 4 months behind you, so I'm not that young.

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