My life outside of quilting is FULL right now. So much has happened and more is on the horizon... and for a person who has lost the art of multi-tasking this means I am scattered all over the place. But, just for this summer, I am trying hard to embrace this uncomfortable feeling. Why? Because by mid August life will suddenly shift back to a new normal.
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In early August our daughter and her fiance are moving to Columbus, OH where he will be attending grad school in hospital administration at Ohio State and she will be going to nursing school. A week after I return from helping them move we will be loading up a vehicle to take our son to Rochester, NY where he still start college at RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology).
Since I've been spoiled by having my kids at home or 2 hours away with lots of visits this is going to be very new and different. And while I am over the moon excited about seeing them challenge themselves with new opportunities and proud to bursting of who they are becoming my eyes are getting a bit wet as I write this post. It feels very real right now.
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