While I don’t have a daughter yet, I do have a growing number of little ones coming into my life through my family and friends. This blog post reminded me how thankful I am to have them.
We’ve seen each other at our worst and at our best, and have loved each other through it all. They’re a part of my family and of the person I am today.
If one day I’m lucky enough to have my own daughter, I hope she finds friends as loyal as the ones I’ve grown up with. Here’s to 20+ more years of friendship, ladies.
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After a ton of hard work and help from family and friends, Rob and I are finally [somewhat] settled in our new home. I can’t even begin to say thank you!
This is our FIRST house and the biggest financial purchase we’ve made thus far. My favorite spot is the wooded backyard, where I’ll be spending many Sunday mornings enjoying a big mug of coffee.
We had a smooth buying process, thanks in huge part to Tom Farwick, our realtor, and a thoughtful, caring seller. Moving can be stressful but a solid support system makes everything easier.
I’m excited to continue this big adventure and intend to make the most of every second. Especially those that will bring a laugh in the future… like the time Rob spent half his Sunday battling a faulty lawn mower with the help of our two [awesome] neighbors. Ha!