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Things Got To Change!

It's a humid, rainy and sluggish Monday!  The first thought I had when I woke up was ~ I want to go back to bed.  With much protestation, I dragged my ass to work anyway.  Of course, on the way to DC, traffic is horrible as always; people forget how to drive when it's raining. I can't or I don't even want to calculate how much time I have wasted sitting on gridlock since the beginning of this year. I feel that I have wasted a lot that I could have spent in more productive things. Things got to change!

While I think of change, here's a quick list of what's going on, on my side of the woods:
  • Our house search is over, we found a house we love in Montgomery County.  The house is just 20 minutes drive to the Metro, so it will cut my commute in half. The house inspection and appraisal are done, so all we're waiting for right now is the settlement date.  Kepi and I are very excited and feel blessed.
  • Moving is an emotional process and a stressful chore.  We have started packing the things we don't use on a regular basis. The living room feels big, the bookcases are empty and all the winter clothes are now in boxes. I will miss Pinky but moving on is part of life.
  • I finally got a potted Calamansi (Calamondin) and this one comes bearing blooms and fruits.  I am elated and I keep checking if they're big enough for the picking. I look forward to having real Calamansi added to my "sawsawan" or dipping sauce.
  • This week, we have relatives from Guam visiting...so excited.
  • I hate to mention this but on June 25th, I'm going for another bone marrow biopsy. As always, my nerves are kicking in this early. Please send me positive thoughts.

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  1. sending you positive vibes and good wishes. will be thinking of you in my prayers.

    i hate sitting in gridlock; but I have learned to make that time sort of meditation.

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    1. Photo Cache, Thank you. I like the meditation idea, but sometimes I can't focus because of the idea of being late etc. Maybe I could summon more strength to increase my focus on meditating.

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  2. I wish you positive thoughts and hope all will be well. Good luck with the move. I am sure you're excited to have your very own first home.

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  3. Loree, Thank you for the positive thoughts. Oh yes, we're looking forward to our first home together.

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  4. here's a truckful of positive thoughts, kayni. :)

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    1. Thank you, Angeli. A truckful of appreciation back to you.

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  5. I'm giving you a virtual hug now Kayni and sending you tons of positive vibes.

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  6. will continue to pray for you..Hmm, would like to see your new home soon..in pictures. :) Regards to Kepi too.

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    1. Thank you, Mariqia. I'll try to get some photos in after the move.

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  7. As far as I can ascertain from your list, the pluses far outweigh the negatives, but nevertheless I thee send loads of positive thoughts your way. =)

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    1. Hi Daphne, Thank you so much. Thank you for pointing out the pluses on my list :). Sometimes we need someone to point it to us.

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  8. Lots of exciting things happening :D Happy about your new place and calamansi plant! Not so happy about the etsy fees and your biopsy... but I'm sure it will be okay. Lots of prayers, hugs and positive vibes on your bone marrow biopsy. <3 Kate

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