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  1. Ann
    March 26, 2019 @ 2:44 pm

    In that bit about “last post” I hope you meant to write “last post for a while, until both Paul and I are rested up and ready to resume normal life again.” Because surely you want to continue your blog for all of us who have come to adore you and Paul. Please, please don’t end your blog forever.

    And my sympathies to Paul (and to you) on his mother’s death. Death is hard and final and there aren’t any rules on how to do it, or how to help other people through it. But it sounds like Paul has done it as well as anyone can, and his mother was fortunate to have her son help her journey. Like you wrote, love is something you do. Paul did it.

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  2. Charlotte Bruce
    March 31, 2019 @ 4:15 am

    What a wonderful wonderful husband you have. And we will NOT forget about Paul while you go live with four mtn dudes. You silly! He was a loving son and you are a very supportive wife. As for advertising STUFF, I’m with you. When I moved this last month, we gave away or trashed what we didn’t want/couldn’t take. (I have regrets over a couple things, but can’t be helped now!) Love the “Hammock Hangout” time. Peace to you both.

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  3. Christina
    May 3, 2019 @ 4:53 pm

    Your love for Paul and his for his mother and for you shine through your writing. My condolences to Paul and to you and I hope the hammock is as helpful to the humans as it is distasteful to the cat. And please don’t run away to the mountains.

    Just donating your stuff and being done with it seems eminently sane. Mostly I can approximate that sanity but my kids are insisting they want to sell their outgrown toys which means me helping them sell them. They are probably worth something but sigh.

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