We're finally moved in!
Yes... finally. After pulling the trigger on our home sweet home decision, making all of the selections and updates we needed to, and days of packing and moving we finally have everything in the house. Now, incase you haven't been keeping up, we also had a casual 10 day trip in the middle of moving which ended up prolonging our move but being totally worth every second (recap to come). The stress of traveling, moving, and starting a new position has caused my Crohn's to be all over the place but it seems that things are sort of evening out a bit. Now it is time for the fun part; decorating, organizing, and then having my family and friends over to share the awesomeness. There may also be a blog post... if you all are interested.I cannot wait to relax in my new home and I am even more excited that it is the hub of all of the big things that Matt and I have planned for the future. Finally having a place that we can call our own is not only so very empowering but also comforting. The process was a long one but we are thankful that things turned out the way it did.
Hopefully you guys have bared with me while I have went through these transitions and haven't been updating as much as usual. In these cases always feel free to follow me on Instagram (@mschienle_) where I do short updates a couple of times per week. Now things should be pretty much back in full force though. In honor of that I wanted to tease a few exciting posts that will be coming up within the next few weeks so you all know there is some great content to look forward to.
What you have to look forward to:
Please let me know if there is anything else that you want to hear about and I will make sure to address it soon on Crohnically Blonde!
As always, thank you for the support and thank you for the patience. This blog, like everything else good in life, is a process, and I appreciate you joining me on my journey.
Blonde babe. Maryland native. Crohn's crushing puppy mother to two sweet rescues.
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