I was a dependent this weekend in Colorado. After a mentally draining Halloween, followed by one of my a run-of-the-mill bouts of situational depression, my amazing Bestie and her Fiancé asked me away on a little Denver vacation.
All I needed was cash for the 3 packs of cancer sticks, I would inevitably smoke on the 3-day trip. As before–I knew I needed to purge through the fog to find a new… purpose.
I rounded out my edges near the mountains.
So, thanks you, chosen family.
I needed this. I need you. I love you!
We’re a little over an hour from the glass of wine we will pour, upon arriving at her new, lakefront rental(Pictured above).
I love my boughie bitch, her beautiful kiddos.
“Good things come to those who wait.”
Well, maybe Karma has decided I get to cash in my points?
In an hour I will be home. I’ll start a load of laundry and hop in the shower. The dryer will take at least an hour and I will use this time to clean the neglected kitchen I ran out on, 72 hours ago.
The pups will be given full reign of the garage and their couch, while I’m speed-cleaning my personal envious. Tomorrow, the previously mentioned bestie, her sister and mother will make a final rummage through my deceased mother’s belongings…freeing up garage space to winterize my puppers’ living quarters. It’s their first full-size couch accommodations!
I’m excited for them, us.
I hope my interview/new job goes well tomorrow–it’s the perfect fit for my current repertoire and demeanor.
I’m excited that we can stay in our current home, if I get this job. We still have reminders of mom–good and bad.
Colorado is amazing.
I’m irrationally happy right now…
But you know what I say about irrational happiness.