So my solution to this problem (since I think it is a temporary thing that just re-arranged the order of posts a little bit) is to post another entry and move the posts down. Eventually, it won't matter. Just know that the real post for yesterday was supposed to be the one about Retirement: Looking Back After One Year. Oh and the moral of the story is to try not to monkey around with this thing without a license as weird things might happen that you can't fix. And to think I wanted to revamp the whole thing from top to bottom. Perish that thought. ;-)
In a few more days I'll be flying to North Carolina to spend some time with my niece, Rebecca, that I mention frequently in this blog. She and I are more like sisters than aunt and niece since we're only eight years apart in age. We played together as children and are even closer now that we're all grown up. My sister, Ginny, and I were known to dress Rebecca up (when she was too little to stop us) in all manner of borrowed clothing, including hats from mama and things that we thought passed for ball gowns and called her Our Little Princess. To say I love her like a sister is really understating the case. I know the time spent with her and her amazing husband, Rich, will jump start my thinking. We've already made reservations at a place called Memory Lane, so look for some ramblings from me that include lots of memories and discussions about how important those are in crafting a Good Life.
|Marcia and Rebecca in Breckenridge, CO, 2000|