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November 01, 2012


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Well aren't I happy to read this and be your first commenter! And I'm thrilled that you are going to do nablopomo!! Congrats on the new job and on making a Big Adult Life Decision. Your faithful readers will be as stoked as I am for the upcoming month of posts. Good luck!

I feel so honored to not only have a mention in your blog but to have my picture on there too. I am so happy that I got to be a part of the last 5 years of your adult transformation. You crammed a lot into those years but handled it magnificently (that's a word that doesn't get enough use). :) I also was able to gain a wonderful friend with the greatest family and three of the sweetest kids on the planet. I miss seeing you every day but love that we will be friends forever no matter where our lives take us!

How do you barely look a day older than you did in that picture from 7 yrs ago? Did you not get the memo that 3 children are supposed to AGE you? :)

Congrats on the new job and finding your groove with it. All change is rough, even if it's what you want.

Congrats on the new gig! So happy that you're participating in NaBloPoMo too this year!! I've missed your blogging.

The family of five comes first and that means the job comes first in an operational way. Everyone else knows that and stands by helping and not in the way. Your the best. Peace and Joy.

Glad to see you back in this space! :-)

I'm a Hoosier down in Bloomington and it's nice to read someone so close to home. I'm going to be finishing up my nursing degree in May and will be applying to hospitals in Indy. Don't look forward to a commute but I do look forward to everything the future holds.

Hope to see you here a lot this month!

Congratulations on the new job and to the fine start to a month of blogging.

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