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How did I miss the preggo news? I must have read a few posts too quickly. Congrats on that mommy again!!! Hope the move goes as smoothly as possible.

i HATE the trasition phase too. HATE it. we sold our house (yay!) but that means we have to move out in 2 weeks. all very quick. i remind myself of my blessings all the time too- but it doesn't change the facts that transition and starting over again is HARD. all i can think of is how much i will miss this PLACE. until i get a new routine and a new PLACE i will be uncomfortable. and i hate all the boxes. to see your whole life in boxes is very depressing. i totally understand. good luck! and i'm so glad your whole family is alive and well and moving on to good things. :)

I have been reading your blog for some time now. I enjoy reading it. I wasn't a miltary kid growing up but I did live in an army community in SC during VietNam era. Majority of my frieds were military kids whose fathers fought in that war, so I feel I do connect to some degree with your thoughts and feelings. I pray that you and your family will love where ever you are heading. I look forward to reading about it. I know you'll make a great neighbor. And yes God will NOT quit on you now or ever!

Here it is, Dorothy. You can also make them. Will look for those links, too.

http://thelongestyear.typepad.com/my_weblog/2006/07/a_must_have_for.html

This is way off topic but maybe u can help. A girl on Cinc is looking for the cooling scarves I know I remember u post about them a while back. Maybe u can find it faster than me. U need a search feature on your blog haha.

I was like that w/the movers & I only went through 2 moves. (I hope nothing gets broken!!)Enjoy the last few days before you embark on a new adventure. Hoping things go smoothly for you.

Good luck with the move. I do hope that your last move will be a good one and set you off on a good start!

Always enjoy reading your blog. I grew up in a military family and can understand all of your concerns in beginning a new life. I moved to NC about 7 years ago and we are really enjoying it. The weather is wonderful and the people are terrific. Hope your move is smooth and pleasant.

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