I think going to Arizona in November may not have been the best idea. Don't get me wrong, I'm glad we went and I would go back in a second. But now, the knowledge that there are places where the sun is always out is based on experience and not just based on word of mouth. Does that make sense? I always knew that it was warm in the south, but now it's real.

Back in Wisconsin, it's been raining/snowing/cloudy for the past two weeks. And top that off with not seeing my husband very much lately and possibly PMS, I've just been down. I've never really experienced this to this degree before and I don't really know what to do to make it go away. My poor husband doesn't really have time to deal with this right now either, (he's an accountant) and here I am talking about moving across the country and basically starting over.  On one of out late night phone conversations (I was on my way home from work or church) he said I should spend more time in the Word which I acknowledge that I need to do. Does anyone have a good suggestion for a starting point? 

After thinking about this for the past couple of days, I came to the conclusion that I'm bored. I need to make a change, I just don't know what I want to do/not do. There are four things that I'm not willing to give up; Jesus, husband, my writing career, and yoga, but otherwise I'm open to suggestions for what to do.  

Published by Nichole Quade