Thursday, April 29, 2010

california dreamin'

When you're safe at home you wish you were having an adventure;
when you're having an adventure you wish you were safe at home.
Thornton Wilder

We're west bound to Oakland! And I am thankful that wherever J is...I'm home.

Let the wild rumpus begin!
Max, Where the Wild Things Are


Photo credit: RedFin blog & abcnews

8 comments:

  1. How exciting!!! You will have so much fun on this new adventure!

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  2. I am so happy for you!!! You will LOVE Cali and I will just have to come visit you :)

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  3. Okay, this is the secret...right? Can't believe you are headed to California. Must catch up SOON! And thanks so much for your message. No worries on timing... so glad you are such a wonderful daughter to your father. I pray that his surgery went well and that he is recovering smoothly.
    Yes, soon, we must! Love and blessings to you too!

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  4. I am sooo excited for you guys as you head out on your new adventure. What wonderful time with your hubby. Lots of good time for books and movies and sun and sand and new shops. :) Take lots of pictures, do lots of blogging, and know you are loved!

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  5. WOW! So excited for you both! Never been to Cali (except for a layover at LAX) I will have to make plans to visit! It's been too long my friend! I miss you!

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  6. I'm jealous. Molly I would love to go in all those shops, they are so quaint. Rigo - I'm so proud of you. I know ya'll must be excited. Please keep up posted. Hey I have skype!!!!

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  8. Molly, I am so proud of you and Justin. The pictures of the area are beautiful. You and Justin look good too. But, knowing how God brought you to this place is even more BEAUTIFUL. Look foward to seeing more of your handiwork posted untill we can see it in person. I love you, Dad

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