I'm in Phoenix OR tonight. Got to have a wonderful visit with my husband. We are both feeling hopeful that we will get this worked out.
Picture above is of our cat Merlin who was nearly as happy to see me as was Ed.
Ed and I visited while my sister grocery shopped for dinner and then Ed cooked his famous hamburgers for us with all the fixings. Then Ed and Carri visited while I packed the things I need from my office--books, papers, crafts.
We are all exhausted. Carri called me at 5:30 this morning and I'd laid down at 2am. We hit the road at 7am and reached Phoenix at 1:30 pm. It is nearly 8:30 now and Ed has gone to bed and that's where I want to be also. He has to leave for work at 7 in the morning and Carri and I have to hit the freeway north by noon to beat the snow forecast for the Sextons.
I still have to pack my spring wardrobe but that will have to wait until Ed iis awake which works just fine for me too. The exhaustion I feel is more about the emotional roller coaster of the last three weeks and the lessening of the anxiety about the future after Ed and I talked face-to-face today. When t he feeling that 'it's going to be OK' washed over me so did the sudden deep weariness. Now sleep feels like a friend.