Well, not really. It is ALMOST time. After 27 more days and one more country, THEN it will be time.
Time to come home.
It is hard to believe but it was just last October when Bo and I took a trip to Cuenca, Ecuador that the wheels in our imaginations began to really spin around the dream of pulling a family sabbatical off. And now, this October 6, we will be flying from Montevideo, Uruguay to Denver, Colorado having actually pulled this family sabbatical off!
My, what you can do with a year.
After Uruguay, the hope is to set up house again in Crested Butte, Colorado but we are looking into Denver as well. Bo’s passion for business consulting and my desire to see the inside of a classroom again will play a large role in where we land. We are both excitedly looking forward to what this next step in exploration will reveal.
There will be posts-a-plenty coming about insights and highs and lows and all that has happened in between, but what we really want to share now is the news that we’ll be spending the holidays with loved ones and hugging all of our friends and family and LUCY soon!
I do have two thoughts for now though, real quick.
This whole sabbatical thing?
And coming home?
It doesn’t feel like an end. It feels like the time for another beginning.
It feels like this,