I wrote this in June 2015 but forgot to post. oops :)
I have learned something the past few years. You gotta live in the “in-betweens” of life or you won’t really live.
I am currently in an in-between. We are moving back to D.C. in August so I have started to slow things down here in San Francisco. My Bible study ended in May (I should write a blog post about that group – AMAZING) and so did MOPS (did you know you can attend MOPS even if you don’t have a preschooler? It was great). I am really going to miss these people. It is amazing how long three years actually is and at the same time it feels like I just left D.C.
I am crossing things off of our bucket list. frantically.
Drive the PCH
See Hearst Castle
Eat at the Breakers in Stinson Beach. one. last. time.
4. Take a trolley ride
5. Walk up the steps on Russian Hill
Run the second half of the SF Marathon
7. Drive through a Giant Sequoia
I have some work to do in two months! This in-between started a few months ago when the huz got the call that we would be moving. You have to take advantage of these in-betweens or half your life will be spent waiting for the next big adventure. It is easy to think of this time as just prep time for our move. Time to plan our cross country drive. Time to purge my closets and crawl space. Time to look for our new home. And while it is all of these things, you cannot forget to live where you are. I want this time to be characterized by other things:
1. Pool parties and BBQs with friends
2. Making new memories in new places and old, familiar places
3. Deep and refreshing conversation with friends that became so dear in three years
4. Soaking up the sun with NO humidity
5. Hiking in real mountains (no offense, VA).
Well, off to enjoy!