I hate when people write and apologize for being gone long stretches of time so I’m not going to do that here. I’ve opened up this window and even started a few drafts and then just as quickly abandoned them because I want to write but the words weren’t coming. I’d start to type and then get distracted by pretty much anything and that was that.
I can’t believe we’ve been back from Ethiopia for almost a month. I swear to you that it feels like yesterday. I’ve been working a lot. A LOT. Which is good for my bank account but leaves me with very little will to do anything else. I did take the day off last Saturday to celebrate my Julio’s birthday and I’ve been trying to squeeze in a little of this and a little of that when time allows for it.
I’ve also slowly started trying to make my living space appear as if two adults live in it and not two teenage frat boys. This is a work in progress. We definitely have a lot of “stuff” but we’ve been pretty terrible about making sure all of a said stuff has a home to live in. Pray for my sanity and The Ethiopian’s wallet.
As summer comes to an end and the weather becomes slightly less oppressive, I’m realizing how much things around me are changing. There are babies, marriages, moves – I suppose all of the life changes one would expect around them at this age but it feels a bit different though I can’t pinpoint the why. All the same, I’m excited for my friends and loved ones who those changes are happening to. Life, it never stands still.
Some photos from life the last couple of weeks: