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2013 is going to be the year of change.  The dictionary defines change as:

to make the form, nature, content, future course, etc., of (something) different from what it is or from what it would be if left alone: to change one’s name; to change one’s opinion; to change the course of history.

We will retire, move to a new town in a different state

 

and  remodel a whole house.

Our New House

Our New House

I think that hits every point that the term “change” means to me.

While I am very excited about this new chapter in our lives, it doesn’t mean that I am not without some trepidation.   The dictionary defines that lovely word as:

tremulous fear, alarm, or agitation; perturbation (a cause of mental disquiet, disturbance, or agitation.)

Whew, is that really what I am in for?  Good thing I enjoy change, or at least I did before I started perusing the dictionary!  Seriously, this year will unfold with less trepidation (synonym for apprehension) than say when we were embarking on having and raising our children.  Talk about change:

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James

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covered wagon

patrick fire truck

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james & Patrick

You will be happy to know that they survived their childhood and as parents, we lived through it.  We have all changed as you can see below!

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all of us

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Look at the children now:

Randy and James at redrocks

Randy and James

 

It is all about the beer

It is all about the beer

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Randy, Cathy and James

Randy, Cathy and James

Look at Randy and I now!  Where did the time go?
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I suspect we not only will survive this change, but enjoy it immensely.  If I am wrong (not unusual), this is what I might look like:
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Randy will be just fine!
Please join us on our journey to the next level.  It will be a doozy!  Let me know if you have any advice for us.  We need it!
So that is what 2013 shapes up to be…A YEAR of CHANGE.
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13 Responses to Change, Change and MORE Change

  1. James says:

    I love the pictures. Arkansas has been pretty good to this Willett and I am sure it will be good to you as well.

    Heck, with some many Willett’s moving to Arkansas, I might have to retire in Oklahoma….or was that South Padre Island, Texas?

  2. Amanda says:

    Well, if that’s the definition of change I say BRING IT ON! True to the words of wisdom you’ve bestowed upon me “you’ll do just fine”.

    Excited to hear more of all this change 🙂

  3. mj says:

    The pictures are so wonderful!! And I know it all sounds scary but I think you are both going to love it. We met a couple this weekend who live 1/2 block off Dickson (just like you will do) and they said “who knew we would finally found the urban lifestyle we wanted in Fayetteville, AR?” Get over here!~

  4. Charlotte Liddeke says:

    I love all of the pictures!! I especially love the last two pictures of you and Randy! You were made for each other 🙂 I’d actually love to have “copies” of those pictures.

    It’s a new chapter for both of you and I can already tell it will be wonderful!

  5. Emily says:

    Well I agree with all the folks above. You all are going to love retirement, and Fayetteville is a pretty great place for it. And, you all look mighty fine in your second to last picture–you clean up well 🙂

  6. Hi Cathy. It looks like you are on a great ride. I loved looking at your photos ~ and it looks like a great house that you are moving into. I sure am enjoying meeting all of you in the Blog Class and am glad that we can support one another. I see that you don’t have a Facebook button but I will check back in to see how your remodeling is coming along. Take care.

  7. Toni Semple says:

    Kathy, I had no idea what you guys were doing – what a fabulous idea! Fayetteville is beautiful! Are you there, yet? I’m loving retirement. As yet, I haven’t done one, single, constructive thing. And it’s wonderful. I would love to have lunch if you’re ever back this way. All the best to you and Randy and love the good life.

    • catherine says:

      We are still here. The house remodel won’t be finished for a few months. Glad you are enjoying retirement…I am nervous about it. Yes, let’s have lunch.

  8. Janean says:

    Hi Cathy! Thanks for this post. I LOVE that last photo – so precious!

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