I’ve had a secret
I’ve been dying to tell you
No, I’m not pregnant
Let’s go Hoosiers! Colts!
We will be moving next month
Hope there won’t be snow
Oh this feels good, really, really good to get out. I’ve been DYING to say something, but had to wait until the move was officially announced at Tate’s job. Since October I’ve been teetering on accidentally spilling the news, it’s so exciting I feel like it’s been sitting at the edge of my lips, ready to fall out. This news that I couldn’t share made NaBloPoMo even more challenging since SO MANY of my topic ideas centered around this very important detail. Remember my orgampage? It was so hard not to just say this orgampage is because WE’RE MOVING.
This is so liberating.
Now I can talk about the challenges of having a house for sale AND having two very messy babies and two very messy hound dogs. Now I can tell you just how flippin’ ridiculous it is to even be considering potty training since the whole moving situation is likely to put a huge damper on any progress we’re (unlikely) to make. Now I can ask for advice like, “how the hell am I supposed to do this?!” “How will I keep my kids warm in the winter?” “Will I have any friends in Indiana?” “What if people think it’s weird that I blog?” “Should I leave out the fact that I blog in new social situations?” “Should I just never say the word ‘blog’ just to be safe?” “What is wrong with me?”
Be prepared and put on your thinking caps, Internets. I need A LOT of advice.
****Also, if you are interested, I wanted to let you all know about a haiku contest at LeastLikely2Breed.net. Details can be found at their site, but the basics are if you e-mail them a haiku about one of their products, you can win a cool prize. And for each entry they receive, they’ll donate $.50 to Doctors Without Borders. Deadline is Dec. 22.
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