Wednesday, May 15, 2013

The Zale in Richmond?

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Big news on the home front folks!! Tyler and I have officially decided that we are moving to Richmond, VA! This is Tyler's birthplace, well actually not his birthplace but the place he refers to as "home". I could not be more excited. Of course it is saddening leaving Colorado, oh and then there is the small fact that my blog is called "the Zale in VAIL"!!! I don't think I'm going to change it though, partially because I can not think of anything more clever and partially because a large part of my heart will always remain in this valley. new readers will just have to be confused!! JK!
However, all that aside, this is an extremely exciting adventure in our lives together. Ty is gonna go back to school for environmental engineering and who knows what I am going to do!! I'm thinking a career change is on the horizon!! Maybe I'll be a florist? Maybe I'll be a Realtor?? Oh what dreams may come!!
Now that we have set an official move date, we have been diligently looking for places to live and let me tell you, it is no small fete. I'll admit we are a bit picky but, hey, we know what we want!! And I just know that there is a perfect little bungalow just waiting for us to find it! As someone who has only been to Richmond twice in my life, finding a place and moving there is a wee bit scary. I know it will be completely different from our not so sleepy mountain town. There is part of me that is oh so excited to have endless possibilities when it comes to dinner decisions and part of me that will miss my view walking to work each morning. Although I grew up in Texas, Colorado has always been my soul state and I will miss it dearly. More about that later.
At this point, I just want to look onward!! I can not wait to be around Tyler's fabulous family and friends while we make a life of our own in Virginia. I have always loved change and this is a big one! So here's to the future!


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