Almost Christmas

So much going on around me, but I feel like I’m on hold. Christmas is almost here and there’s so much to do. We don’t have any of our stuff out – first time in almost twenty years!

It’s colder than usual and that is awesome! I’m so glad to be able to have a cold Christmas instead of a hot and muggy Christmas!

I’m just writing some random thoughts this morning because I wanted to see if I have a good enough connection to post from my phone. If this works…I guess I will get to post more often.

That would also be awesome…lol.

The Newest Plan

No, we didn’t move again. Well, not yet. I’ve been having this problem – I get the Daily Prompt emails but there’s not enough WiFi around here to get a post to post on-the-line (The Internship…watch it).

It’s been really aggravating; especially on those days which the prompt is something I want to write about. So, here’s my new plan:

I’m going to answer the prompts in a Word document and then upload it when I get a chance to go to the library. (My apologies in advance to those who will get multiple emails once or twice a week!)

Not having internet access is really cramping my style over here. The three main things going for me depend completely on accessing the internet on a regular basis. I can’t get any calls done for World Vision because I can’t upload my notes from here. I can’t do much with my Jamberry business…like host Facebook parties. I can’t write on here regularly to earn a little bit of cash from Word Ads. Yes, I’m missing all of it and feeling like a bum.

Life up here has been interesting though – in a good way. Technically, we’re homeless but fortunately we have some awesome family up here, too. It’s a little tight with eleven of us calling this place home but we’ve got it worked out well so far. The kids are in the house and Norby and I are in the camper. (When the snow starts falling steadier, there’s room in the living room for us so we won’t have to trudge through the snow to use the bathroom…lol.) It’ll work for now and we will soon find our own place.

It’s not as cold as Anaconda and that’s a good thing, too. If we had found jobs, we could have made Anaconda work, but it just wasn’t going to happen – we couldn’t even get a call back from the grocery store! The employment opportunities are definitely more available here and I’m thinking it won’t be too much longer before we find something.

Well, I guess that’s about it for now. Like I said, the plan is to do the prompts as they come in and post when I get a chance. Hopefully, I’ll be inspired and have the time to throw in some updates as well…(11/28/14)

Made it to Washington

I know I haven’t been on here for a while. It’s been crazy lately! We finally moved a little further west to Spokane. It took a couple of attempts to get here, but we finally made it.

I have a ton of papers to fill out to get the kids enrolled in a new school. The living arrangements are kinda tight. But, again…the job options here are so much better than they were in Montana.

I’m sitting at the library right now because we don’t have internet at the house. That makes working difficult (and looking for more work, too). Speaking of which, I should get off here, but I wanted to get some kind of update on here…lol.

I’ll try to get back on here as soon as I can! Bye for now!!!

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