You may know that in the last two years, we lost both of our dogs, Bud & Tucker, and it was terrible. They were such huge parts of our lives (Tucker was even part of Landon’s proposal) and we were heartbroken to say goodbye. We’d had them for almost 16 and 14 years and it
We are not sad to see 2020 go… but it wasn’t all bad. A review of the highs and lows and our hopes for 2021!
I had a different blog post planned for today. I had planned to share things we loved in September. But this weekend took a turn and now I need to revise that list and put Tucker at the top. We loved having Tucker with us in September. Because now it’s October and he’s gone. We
July was a blur. I came back from Colorado and headed off to Ireland and Spain for work at the beginning of the month. I made lots of time for my guys around that trip. We explored Burlington and the park on Saturday. It was so humid but soooo much fun. We kept commenting on
We celebrated our first Christmas in Chapel Hill, in our new home this year. And it was quiet and charming and our last one as a family of two. Next year, we’ll have an almost one year old who will be busy ripping into presents and testing us daily by pulling on ornaments and stockings.