On a Personal Note
I'm not going to lie. I cried.
It's hard to believe, but it's true. My youngest child will be graduating from high school in just a few weeks.
I'm not going to lie: I'm a little bit sad about this. This has been the longest chapter of my life, and I'm glad that it's coming to an end (for the most part). Am I the only one feeling this way: a mix of shock, excitement, nostalgia, and sadness. It was all coming to an end.
But it wasn't just this chapter—it was a whole book.
But I know that the next book is going to be fantastic—and I want it to begin for her! I'm excited for my daughter to head off to college and start living her own life. It's gonna be amazing!
But there's another book beginning too: our empty nest period. This is when we get to spend time together as just my husband and me again! It's going to be great because we'll have time for each other again—but also kind of sad because these days will never come back again after today.