Wednesday, August 30, 2006

We are here in Oregon after driving 15 hours Sunday,13 Monday, and 14 yesterday. We are both very tired . I had two job interviews that went well today.
As we were traveling throughout the country it gave me a lot of time to think about things . I know this move here is for the best for the both of us but it is scary. I know that it will not all be a bed of roses but I know that I need a change of scenery and place from where we lived before. It is hard to explain until you have lost so much of your family in four years time and had to give up a cherished dream of being a mom. I guess like I have said before that life is short and I have learned from the losses in my life it is to be cherished to the full.I know that many people who might read this can't understand but I have only three people in my immeadiate family left and my husband( who has only one sister left).
I don't know when I will be able to post again as I don't know how reliable internet access will be but I will be back and participating again in One Deep Breath and Poetry Thursday.I will be following your blogs .
Another observation I came too while traversing the country is that you really come to treasure our country even more when you travel across it and how diverse and beautiful it really is from the bareness of the Dakotas to the grandeur of the Rockies. I already knew it but this journey confirmed it anew.

4 comments:

Cheryl said...

Yolanda,

Just got caught up to date via your blog! It is interesting you talk about losses...that is what my latest entry is about on my blog! I'm thinking of you adn will be praying for your transition to the NW. Thank you for sharing your heart!

Kathryn said...

Yolanda: Welcome to Portland. Can't wait to meet you. Email me (I will email you my phone number privately). Praying that you will find just the right job. Kathryn

Kim G. said...

Yolanda - Welcome to Oregon! Glad to hear that you made it safe (though I'm sure your beat from the long road trip!). Like Cheryl, I'll be praying for the transition and that it's a smooth one! Blessings.

Laini said...

Welcome! That drive sounds heinous -- I would not be much help on such a long drive because I CANNOT stay awake in cars! So, are you in Portland? Would love to meet you. Hope the interviews go well!