The down side to new adventures and challenges…

10. Starting over again from scratch is hard.
9. You’re learning curve never curves it’s always strait up and down.
8. But I just got comfortable here.
7. California doesn’t have Culvers.
6. You never know what’s around the bend.
5. Home has to be redefined
4. Friend and neighbor too
3. There is not enough time to see everything that was on your list when you came let alone all the new stuff you didn’t know should be on your list that you have since learned about.
2. Having to say good bye to all the great people you’ve met.
1. Having to say good bye to all the great people you’ve met. (Seriously this one should count for two).

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2 thoughts on “The down side to new adventures and challenges…

  1. Conklins

    I love hearing from you every day. Thanks for taking the time! I’ll be praying for your trip. Love Miriam

    Sent from my U.S. Cellular® smartphone

    Owens Endeavors wrote:

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