So, I have recently joined the world of Facebook and seem to be spending most of my extra time there. It's amazing to me - I have gotten back in touch with lots of friends that I haven't seen or talked to in over 17 years! I've also been able to reconnect with several old friends from my years in the Army. I love being able to chat with them and catch up on things...for hours at a time, it seems! lol
I have also gone back and forth on whether I was going to buy a house because the unit I'll be going to was up in the air for a while. Supposedly all is well now, though and I'll be able to buy the one I was initially interested in, I think. So, wish me well with that process. Kinda scary - the whole first time buyer thing. I'm excited though and looking forward to it.
Well, it looks like I'll be heading out of Maryland around the 6th of April on my way back home to see everyone and pick up Sasha and Daddy on the way to Texas! I'm hoping to come up with a plan to get everyone together when I get home. So many of us have recently gotten back in touch through FB, that it seems like we should all get together in real life so we can see each other! So, for those of you who are still at home, let me know if you have any ideas how we could do that and where!
I had my last crop in the area this weekend down in Huntingtown. It was bitter-sweet since I've made so many wonderful friends and built relationships through my business. I'm really going to miss everyone here. For the first time, it's going to be a really tough move for me, I think. It's always hard to say goodbye to friends I've worked with, but starting and building my business here has given me many added friends that I wouldn't normally have found. Then after that crop, I stopped by another one that I have done for over a year and have since passed on to a downline. The ladies there had a card for me that they had all signed. It was very sweet of them and, of course, it made me cry! Yes, I'm an emotional person, I admit it! lol
Anyway, I'm really glad I was able to see them and say goodbye. It meant a lot to me. I hope to make it back to the area sometime in the future and be able to see as many of the wonderful friends I have here as possible. As much as I'm thrilled to get out of here and get to Texas, I really am going to miss everyone!
Until next time,