Really, I don’t. Since the news of our son quickly getting a new
job and moving to be near his sister, I’ve been hit with the following
questions and the answer remains the same:
I Don’t Know. I Wish I did but I Don’t.
1) Now that Adam’s leaving the state-are you
long will it take for the kids to sell their condo?
do your parents think of this? (Actually, I do know come to think about
it-pretty much the same as we do. They
understand, wish him buckets of success, but will miss him very much.)
kind of home will they buy?
he like the new company better already?
exactly will they settle? (Plans are to be close to our daughter, but how can
they determine that now?)
you move, will you be happy?
Let’s face it-life is so uncertain that
while I might have a clue, I can’t say anything certainly.
Then there are the questions that I
possibly have an answer for?
you think he did the right thing? Yes,
yes I do.
your husband does the same, do you think it’s the right thing? Yes, yes I do.
you like it? Let’s just say I’ll love
seeing him happy again and appreciated.
I love being near my kids. But
I’ll hate leaving my home, my doctors and what few firm writing jobs I have.
you enjoy the heat? Yes, for the most
part. I know when I’m there that the
cliché of “it’s a dry heat” is so. I
feel better when I’m there.
Like this week’s blog-I wish I could have
more sure answers, some witty or funny responses, but I don’t. I wish I did, but I don’t.
And since I’m not sure about anything, I’m
ending this week right here.