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My favorite blogger recently began blogging again after a 944 day hiatus (check her out, you will love her!), and talked about how she hasn't felt like her life has been exciting enough to write about over the last two and a half years. But she goes on to explain that she's realized that this stage of her life deserves to be tucked away, too, and she wants to preserve all of her feelings and memories.

I couldn't help but feel a little bit guilty about my lack of posting over the past few months. We're about three weeks away from heading west for Rog's second rotation, and I've hardly written about his first rotation at all. But I'd like that to change, even if I feel like it isn't exciting. I've already loved looking back on our time in Worcester, and I know that this is the absolute perfect medium to keep our stories alive and safe.

I think that being out on rotations has brought an ease to life that Rog and I haven't had in years. When he gets home at the end of the day, he's mine. I don't lose him to homework or extracurricular meetings. He doesn't wake up at 2am to study for a huge exam. I don't spend my nights alone while he's locked away in his office. I'm not tied down to a job. If there's a fun family event going on in New York, I can go.

It's amazing how quickly the RV has turned into home; how pulling up the little road and into the driveway feels like a relief. Rog and I exchanged love letters last night, and we both kind of touched on how home isn't a place, it's a feeling. Home is wherever he is. And Olive and Posy, of course :)

So I promise to be back very soon with some stories and ramblings about our time here in Scranton, PA so far. They'll probably just be little moments, but they're our little moments.

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