And then there were 4.

D Paul leaves today for 7 weeks of training through the Air Force.

I am at best apprehensive about this.  At worst, I am dreading it.

It’s one thing to wrangle three adorable children with a partner.

It’s another thing to do it solo.

While working full time.

With all but one member of your family in a different state.

Thank goodness for Elizabeth.  (a.k.a. Nonni, the mother in law).

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3 thoughts on “And then there were 4.

  1. Good luck, girlfriend! I may look at trying to buy a ticket out to see you if I can get the book done (and if the advance check ever comes in!) Would you care for a visitor? 🙂 I do windows! Hee hee!

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