Way to go Tina!! You did that fast! 100 classes completed at Pure Barre Bedford! This is a huge accomplishment and you should be so proud of yourself 💪🏻 We are so excited for you and love having you in class! Keep up the strong work! 250 is just around the corner 🙌🏻#100club
Definitely going to be missing this view, especially on the gloomy days. In case you didn’t see my instagram story the other day, I’ll be officially moving out very soon. But at the same time, I’m also ready for some new beginnings. It’s definitely going to be hard and emotional saying goodbye to my childhood home but for complete good this time. Especially when the days just keep getting closer and closer. Just hope things will eventually be ok in the end. I’ve had an emotional two years being back in my hometown but I think I’m finally ready to move forward with my life. We shall see how this goes. #emotionalpost#sunday#backyardview#newhampshire#lettinggo#trees#cloudy#may#timetomoveon#gloomy#newengland#newenglandweather#timetosaygoodbye
Each hike is different, even if you have been there before. The last time we went past this river it's was -27° and it was under 6 feet of snow. This time it was running hard with winter melt-off. In a couple months it will be just barely running, dried up from the hot summer days until the cycle repeats itself and we get a chance to see her run again.
We grew up here. We left. We spent years away from these mountains and now we’re finally back. You can see the same place a thousand times but not really SEE it, appreciate it, fully love it until you’re ready. 💛
I got home from a conference on Friday to a kid house with no kid. I haven't been able to clean up his stuff or put away his toys. I've tried to stay out of the house, so I don't have to look at any of it.
But this morning, I stepped out on the back porch, and the birds were singing loudly from all sides, the air had the fresh smell that comes after rain, and the weeds had the most perfect little droplets. I don't know if foster care will ever be easier than it's been this week, and I know I'll grieve every time I have to give up a little one. But seeing these little ordinary sights gives me hope for another fresh start. I'm ready to love fully to give a child his best chance at a good future--even though that means more pain at the end.