Yeah, it could all change tomorrow- especially with the way my life has gone the past few years and having a seemingly very fickle and moody new boss. But so far, I like living in this neighborhood (assuming the pest control guy makes it over here soon). We had a beautiful day today so I took some photos of the dogs in the yard, the house, and the view of the water at the end of the street. I can't figure out what that body of water is called in that location though. Anyway, I will get the photos printed and send one or two a month to difficult child. There is a walking path along the water where a lot of people walk their dogs. Mine will love that but I want to trim their nails this weekend then take them. There's also a little memorial set up with a bell to ring, benches, and names in the brick pavement there too. It is in memory of those who battled cancer and the specific person it was started for died of breast cancer. There is a sign up calling it "The Reflections Path". I find that ironic since mine and difficult child's life first started falling apart when breast cancer hit our lives indirectly and I had a bad mammo leading to three mos of fear about it about the same time. That was the beginning of the end of life as we knew it. I so hope that this job lasts the year instead of just three months and that all these bits and pieces and references nearby that represent previous stages in my life somehow lead me back to finding my true self, in a better place. I really believe that can happen. Not that I can ever go back, but just come full circle and go on to be a better person with all this put together instead of leaving myself behind. Every phase of my life since I got out of high school is represented here around me. I honestly hope that difficult child can do that too and that if I am "transforming" that it will help him indirectly. OK, enough mushiness! LOL!