Sterling and I have spent the last few days in Savannah helping the Brown family get settled in. While we’ve enjoyed organizing and decorating, the last day or two have been pretty solemn because we’ve known the inevitable was going to happen.
We would have to say good-bye.
I took this picture this morning, hours before we actually left, because I knew the actual good-bye would probably be much more tearful than any of us would like.
And I was right.
I’ve needed the hours-long flight home to get myself under control. Our time in Georgia was productive, I’m exhausted, and it’s time to move on.
I’m kind of a move-on girl, so while this good-bye was very difficult (I won’t see my Brown grandbabies until Christmas!—or at least that was the plan. . . hmmm), I’ve had several good cries and I’m determined to look forward.
And there’s much to concentrate on. We have all-day strategy meetings for the next three days at Stampin’ Up!--as well as current issues at hand--which will keep my mind plenty occupied. In addition, Sara, Sean, and the Douglass children are still at our house. Their moving truck arrives Thursday, and I’m planning on helping Sara with all that she has as she juggles unpacking, organizing, and mothering five children.
So life marches on—in Georgia and Utah!