Landed In Idaho
Hey gang! It’s been a while, right? My intention was not to be gone this long from blogging but life had different ideas. Y’all we are in Idaho! It happened! We made it!
Oh don’t get me wrong, we rolled into Idaho battered, bruised, and tired AF because this spring and summer was rough. Probably the most stressed that we’ve ever been because selling our house and getting this all set up was not a fun process. It was probably the worst time we had selling and moving. The. Worst.
Plus right when we finally got here, Avery, our boxer, got sick and passed away from cancer. Which came on quickly and we just didn’t even have time to process that whole thing. We are still very sad over this as it’s still a very raw thing. Penny is sad and lonely. Honestly it just wasn’t something that we were prepared for. I still can’t even really talk about it.
Then in the fall I got a weird illness and my health seemed to take a bit of a down turn. So to say that 2018 sucked would be an understatement.
BUT things did start to turn around and start to even out for us which has allowed us to have a bit of a breather.
We have an amazing realtor here in Boise who helped us find a house and close on it in two weeks. Oh yeah we hauled ass to get into this house. If you need a realtor, let me know and I’ll pass along her info. She’s the best!
We’ll talk more about the house later but it’s helping us feel a lot more settled and get back into some semblance of a routine.
We love this house! It’s probably our favorite house so far. We are a bit bummed that we aren’t close to any hiking at all since that was one of the main reasons we moved to the Boise area. But we are making it work.
I would love to tell you that we’ve done a ton of exploring and adventuring but the truth is, we have not. We are resting and taking a lot of time to chill. When I said that 2018 sucked and kicked our asses, I wasn’t joking. It was horrible. And right now, we are content to just chill and see how this new journey we are on unfolds.
Andie lives in Idaho with her husband and dog (a sweet pittie girl). She’s training to become a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner with a focus on womens’ health and autoimmune conditions. By focusing on whole foods and being active, her goal is to heal her body and to create a healthy work/home/life balance.