About Me

FullSizeRenderI thought when my only child (H) left the nest, my life would be empty.  My friends worried about me, because we were so close.  I had no idea what I would do to fill the time if I didn’t have school events to volunteer for,  parenting things to helicopter around, or constant monitoring to make sure she was home on time, keeping up with schoolwork, sending in applications, making doctor appointments, etc.  Luckily, she helped me in that transition…the last couple of years at home she gradually took over…made her own appointments, turned in her assignments  and wrote her essays without a single word of input from me, and let me see that she was ready to go.

And go she did!  All the way from Nashville to California, ready to follow her dreams, spread her wings and fly.  Jeff I are very fortunate to be able to follow our dreams as well.In the last 15 years or so, we have realized that we are truly happy in the mountains.  He can work from wherever we are, luckily, so we are now able to spend several months in both our favorite mountain places, the Aspen/Snowmass area, and Lake Toxaway, NC. 

Last January I decided to dust off my brain cells and go back to school. I am in the Master’s program at American University for Nutrition Education. It’s hard, time-consuming, but I love it. Hopefully soon I will start sharing more nutrition-related information, but it’s currently taking all my spare time. However, most days I can’t wipe the smile off my face.  I hope to document what it’s like without the little one at home, the things we do to fill the days, and the trials and tribulations of parenting from afar.  (Because regardless of where my child is, I am, and always will be, a parent).



P.S.  For more than you want to know about me, click here

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s