Happy Solstice

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It’s been quiet here in this space, for many different reasons. When we started cruising, we hoped the blog could help us connect across the water to new friends and old–and it worked out amazingly well. As we moved on to the next phase of our life, our energies turned toward establishing roots in our new hometown.

Now with the holidays upon us, Tig and I find ourselves looking up old pictures and reminiscing about what we were doing at this time of the year (last year we rocked Bimini). It would seem sad a year from now when we look back and find nothing about our Christmas here. I do miss this space, a small corner where I can step away from some of the struggles of daily living and parenting and just treasure the joyful moments.

With that in mind, this blog will become a smaller, quieter space for family and friends. I’ll be disconnecting social media and RSS feeds so you won’t be hearing from me. I’ll just beĀ  tending to my patch here. Wishing you a Happy Solstice.

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6 Replies to “Happy Solstice

  1. Loved seeing your family at the PYY party, and was SO glad to think of you having some quiet hours alone. See you ’round asap, I hope. Feel free to send those chittlin’s over here with Tig some day soon before we leave so you get a few more hours off! xox

  2. I remember your arrival at Boston and the first sightings of you, Tig, and the children. Watching O and V grow these past years on the docks at CM or through your journey on the blog has been enjoyed. I look forward to continue connecting via face book. Happy day to you and the family.
    Bette
    Plan B

  3. Hi Serena,
    I will miss reading your blog. It was great seeing how fast trhe childrean have grown. I will miss reading about all your adventures I really enjoyed them. Good luck to you and your family. Have a wonderful holiday.
    Irene

  4. Thanks everyone for your comments. I will still be posting here, just not broadcasting it via FB/RSS/email. Hope our paths cross in the future.

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