I finally backed up my phone and downloaded 700 pictures. Yes my friends you heard me right, 700! I will spare you all 700 pictures but thought I would start with the summer and then do another post with some of the fall pictures. I can't believe it is November and Thanksgiving is next week! Wow this fall is flying by and our days are numbered here. Once again I reminisce and smile at all the fun times we have had and then get teary and sad thinking these are our lasts. I'm so excited for our move home and am so happy we made the decision to go back, but I can't help but be sad about leaving too. Tim and I have loved our almost 5 years of being here. We took a leap and decided to go somewhere new and exciting and are so glad that we did. I made amazing friends at my job and loved what I did while I worked in the ortho clinic. And I'm still friends with so many people I met at work still. We have gotten to know Tim's classmates, spouses, other residents and wives, and lots of great people from our church. My sister lives "down the road" and I have spent many a days over there. It breaks my heart to picture the day we will say goodbye to them. She and I have connected and bonded and Jonah along with his momma is in love with those 5 Mosley's kids. I will cry sad sad tears when I have to drive away and see them not as often as I would like. Oh the joys of life, getting a job, and making big decisions of where you want to live and establish your life. We still have 7 more months of bliss in the great state of NC and we are going to make the best of it! So lets look back over some fun times!
I'm a happy RN married to a hardworking resident. We have recently become Carolina fans and are adding the color "carolina" blue to our wardrobe and home. I love the east coast and couldn't be happier living in hot, sticky climate. I was raised on a farm/ranch with two wonderful parents and three fun loving older sisters. I went to a one room country school house down the dusty dirt road with grand total of three in my class. Life in the country was rich, meaningful, and simple, just the way I like it. So from country farmgirl to coastal bell, here I am, living life and loving it!