1. All sounds great! A combination of spending time with old passions while embracing new ones. My wife and I are heading to Montana in two weeks. Our son has lived there the past 3+ years. While it’s a fair jog, from California, we’re retired and have the freedom to do things like this when the spirit moves. At the beginning of May, I’m taking the Springer brother tour and spending a little bit of time hanging out with each of my three older brothers. We’re spread out bigtime from New Jersey to Minnesota to Colorado and me in California. I’ve also made plans to meet up with a couple of blogging buddies. So excited!

    1. This all sounds so fun! First, I hope you document your trips and perhaps share on your blog?!? Of course I would love to see pics of Montana especially! Your son is so lucky to live there, that’s amazing! The brother tour sounds beautiful and fulfilling. And I LOVE that you are visiting with your blogging friends as well! I have a podcasting friend in California who I’m dying to meet and must make that happen! A few questions: what part of Cali do you live in? I only ask bc I love California 🌞 And have your ever met these blogging friends before or will this be the first time? So fun!

      1. We live in Eureka, which is about 100 miles from the Oregon border. We’re right on the ocean in the heart of the redwood country. it pretty much is mild year round. Timber and fishing are the main industries here. San Franciscans refer to themselves as northern California, but they are five hours south of us. We’ve got our issues like anywhere. Crime and homelessness are plentiful, but it’s a gorgeous place to live.

  2. From personal experience, it takes a while to learn how to take time out for yourself after getting out of a relationship. You’re doing so well though so hang in there!

  3. Keep doing what feels right for you. There’s no manual for this heart healing shit, but it seems as if you’re crafting one that I’d like to have on my reference shelf. You are tuned in to your own needs frequency, and that is so powerful. You are such a fierce goddess, Libby. Brava!

  4. I loved reading this one! So many exciting things in your future, Libby! I feel like you’re on the verge (if not already) of Liberation! 😉 I love that you had your phases and you allowed yourself to accept your new reality, you allowed yourself to grieve, you allowed yourself to do whatever it is that you wanted to do guilt-free and now you’re making positive plans for the future! It sounds like an exciting time! I can’t wait to see what other adventures you embark on! 🙂

    1. Thank you thank you Jen! Gosh I hope all this has a happy ending, but in the meantime, yes, I gotta just keep going and am so thankful to have all that I have. Thank you always for the support, I can feel you rooting for me and that means so much 😊🙏🌺

  5. Hoo yeah, did I ever question my focus on relationships when I travelled to another country to work with a girl I barely knew. I had my priorities so wrong back then. I was just searching for the next relationships to be in without first being someone that had something to offer the relationship. Thanks for sharing your goals and plans, Libby!

    1. Thanks for sharing that. Ugh yes, what we do for love, or the promise love. I can never blame anyone for that because it’s the noblest of pursuits and one can’t help but make an ass of him/herself at times because of it 🤣🌺

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