Further Up & Further In

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There’s no way to say this with flourishes (or there are, but they aren’t coming to me before coffee) — my family is moving as a package out to Omaha, Nebraska! As someone born + raised in the Pacific Northwest/has lived half her life in the South, the Midwest is something totally new and I’m eager to get there.

That being said, it’s a mad rush around here and tomorrow we leave for a last hurrah in Charleston. We’ll be out of Georgia by the end of this month, and as everything happened with very little short notice, you probably won’t be seeing as much of me through the rest of February. (I’ll try not to leave you swinging in the wind, but posting three times a week probably won’t happen.) Please keep us in your thoughts, prayers, and crossed fingers as we set off on this new adventure, and I can’t wait to see you there.

 

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11 thoughts on “Further Up & Further In

  1. OH WOW. O_O (*is mainly thinking “oh-oh-I’ll-need-your-new-address!” and “well, that escalated quickly.” XD) Best wishes for your move and your new adventures!! Praying it all goes well and epicly!! <3

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  2. Good luck with the move! I hope everything goes well for you and your family, and that you’re able to settle in quickly. My family was born and raised in Kansas, but I grew up in the South, and the two places are very different, but wonderful in their own way. Have a great time on your new adventures!

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  3. Oh wow! What an exciting new adventure! I do so hope the move goes smoothly for you guys. I’ll definitely be praying for you. <3

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  4. This is random but remember that book you wrote about the boy that was chained up outside and the girl doing to tame him? (Darn it, I don’t remember the name old the book…) but I was on Drama fever a bit ago and found a movie download Werewolf boy with exactly that plot, made in 2012. Did you get inspiration from there or is this a freaky coincidence???

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    1. I COMPLETELY got ‘inspiration’ from there (it’s a bit before I knew how to differentiate between inspiration and plagiarism) but yes. That’s a favorite Korean film of mine, to this day.

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