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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Onyly 2 more days!

Well about 2 1/2 days...... I am getting excited to go to Idaho! I must say it's not for the weather, but as I think about all the things I do miss....I become "anxious" just thinking of all the things I have to fit in while I am there! But in a good way! I do wish Bryan could come with me...we will be apart for almost one month...... I am especially pumped to see how my miracle horse, Pixydust is doing! I cant' wait to work with her and take some great pictures. She will still be pretty furry from her winter coat~ but that will give me something to brush!

I am excited to get together with a few friends along with all my family. I am pretty sure I will have a date with a great friend of mine Jan Miles!! Hong Kong here we come!! You might find me at Rupe's several times while I am home and I am hoping to be able to see the acting school kids! I am going to try to bring some of the warm weather with me~ drag it behind our car!!

It's funny I am not really home sick....because I do like Phoenix quite a bit~ just need my own mode of transportation~ but I miss the "slower pace" of life there..... People are nicer in Idaho too. It's hard to find very many people with similiar interests or lifestyle.....but I will make friends soon enough~ It is supposed to be 89 degrees today.......I think I will try to get some swimming in before I head to the ARCTIC! See everyone at home Sunday evening/night!!

1 comment:

Kim said...

I am glad you get to come home! I hope your trip is safe and you have more fun than you can imagine!

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