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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Aug 19th-Nov19th. . .That's exactly 3 months

I am going to start my countdown now! 3 Months from today we'll be sitting at Motorcycle Mechanic Institute watching Bryan graduate! It will be one of our last days living here & most likely one of our last days in Phoenix altogether! We have NO idea what lies ahead of us. . . in a way it's exciting and stressful at the same time, but such is life. I can only pray that we will have blessings of health, safety and a good job lined up in the next THREE months :) I think I will create a ticker to keep track of the time I have left to endure Bryan's crazy schedule and my lack of having free time to spend with him :) I am betting the time flies by very quickly~

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2 comments:

Amy said...

That's awesome!!!

On a side note, a friend of mine's friend was in AZ for motorcycle school but he passed away a month or so ago in a bad motorcycle accident. We are going to a fundraiser this weekend for a scholarship fund his family set up in his name for kids at his old high school. I wonder if he and your hubby went to the same school. I don't know the name.

Jamie said...

oh that is terrible, but unfortunately that happens kinda frequently. I will ask him if he has heard of any student that was in an accident. My heart goes out to his family.

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