Life is going to change in a really huge way, come January. (No, we’re not pregnant. And we aren’t moving). 🙂 But the magnitude of the change is so big that I think about it on a daily basis, just the same. I worry about it, and dream about it, and panic about it, and eagerly count down the days to it.
Then I freak out a little more, before feeling quite excited about it.
I can’t blog about things quite yet, but I sure think about it a lot. Being so busy with work has helped to keep my mind occupied so that I don’t dwell on it so much. Of course, not thinking about it felt impossible other day when I was reclining in a plastic chair and baring my soul to the only other person in the room.
“So you’re worried about this,” she said in a soothing, understanding tone. “Is it the money you’re worried about?”
I shrugged calmly, although I’m pretty sure that I rubbed my hands together nervously. “It feels like a huge risk, but it just seems like the right thing to do. It’s what Nate and I really want to do.”
She nodded her head and said, “You have to do what your heart tells you to do.”
Then she reached back into my mouth with a pointy, metal instrument.
Dentists are like that. One moment they want you to share your heart with them, and the next moment they’re telling you to open your jaw wider than a beluga whale.
But I suppose that while big changes are coming in the near future, two things will remain the same. #1. I still don’t have cavities.
#2. I’m married to an amazing man who is also my best friend.
So I’d say that I should probably count my blessings and see the unknown as an adventure… and as many more topics to blog about. 😉