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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Holiday Travel

We are driving to my sister's house, partially because we feel the need to do something different to make it through the holiday and partially because it fits the urge to move, to run.  There will be a big storm coming through and we thought about leaving a day early to avoid it, but then we would be at my sister's on Christmas morning and we definitely don't want to do that.  I want to drive straight through what should have been our first Christmas with S and G and could have been our first Christmas with two tiny girls.  So here's hoping we don't wind up trapped, still, buried in snow and freezing cold.


  1. I hope you have a good trip, one that occupies your time. I also hope you don't end up trapped in the freezing cold and snow. That would not a good Christmas make. I hope you have peace and quiet moments when you need them to feel all the complicated feels of this season without what should have been. Thinking of you.

    1. Thanks Jess. I hope your holiday peace continues.

  2. My thoughts are with you, and I wish you peace. Be safe and treat yourself with gentle kindness.

  3. Thanks Candace, we made it there and back and it was a good decision for us.