It seems no matter how well I seem to be at blogging and how on point I make it to blog every day or maybe just even once a week. After a while, I simply get caught up in work, friends, family etc. There comes a time where I simply just f.or.g.e.t.
Well, lets see where to begin...it's been several months since my last update...
And well, Bart and I have moved back to Hampton Roads area, and I honestly, couldn't be more happier!
I'll look back at old facebook posts , made this time last year, or even read some older blog posts I made while living there, but I can truly say I've never felt more on point in my life than right now. I feel like Bart and I are making a very responsible decision and have been living with his parents temporarily to save some money to put towards a house, pay off some debt, and try and get some things we wanted to before we move out/have kids. (tattoos, computers etc)
As tough as it may be from time to time living with his parents, not having out own space, privacy etc., I know it'll pay off in the end. I can't wait for it!
Spending a lot of time with the Nolette's and with Rose. It's become like my second home. Or shall I say third? Considering the home I am referring to now isn't mine....anyways. I can't believe how close we all have become. All of us have been friends for many years, but never have been this close before. I think we've all grown and matured so much, we seem to have similar goals and are just on the same page in general. I absolutely love going over there and hearing "HI MELISSA!, COME SIT ON THE COUCH WITH ME" from Joshua, and the ever-so-sweet "Sasa"(although most times sounds like "papa" )from Shiloh, while running up to my leg and giving me hugs. Those are the best kids and I genuinely love spending time over there.
Working has been an okay transition. I started off at Petsmart in NY, got a transfer to the one here closest to where I live and has been fine. Sure, it was hard not seeing the familiar faces I was used to see every day, and having to get used to all the different faces, and personalities and attitudes from the people here. But I think overall I've adjusted fairly well. My hours are not very good here, but I am making due. Its just a job at the end of the day. Nothing I need to take home with me and stress about.