August 3rd, 2015
I’ve been back in the states for far too long and wanderlust has gotten a serious hold on me. It’s time for a change. I am in need of scenery that isn’t Glynn County. Granted, I have an upcoming vacation to Iceland that I am super excited about, but I also need something that is a bit more long term.
Don’t get me wrong. I love my home town but it is not where my heart is anymore. I’ve seen too much of the world to know that I have seen too little of it.
So, a new adventure is on the horizon. I am currently waiting for clearance and a final job offer to go work another dispatching contract. This time it is a far cry from the harsh cold of Antarctica. Instead of the cry of the skua before an attack or the howling winds during a Con 1, I’ll hopefully be hearing the sound of steal drums and reggae music.
That’s right. The Ice Princess is planning on moving to the Caribbean. The Cayman Islands to be precise. As of right now, I have a conditional contract that is dependent on medical clearance, but I am hoping that I will have that contract in hand by the end of this week.
7 thoughts on “A change is coming…”
I def need to visit! Is there a bring your Aunt-by-marriage’s sister week?
Once I get a place to stay, I’ll send out invites 🙂
Oh, dear heart, do wish you could/would stay put for a while. What are you going to do with those two beautiful dogs? Hopefully Beth can take them???????
Beth will be watching the pups before I have them shipped down. They have to go through a quarantine period before they can join me as beach pups.
Oh, good, I am so pleased you will be able to have them with you. How long will they be in quarantine? Hopefully you can visit them while they are not with you. Is it terribly hot there, year round?????????
Aarrruuuggghh! !!!TAKE ME WITH YOU
Tori, please change my address email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org. I changed over about two months ago. Excited about your move to the Caymans. I would think that your Mom and Dad would be happier about the prospect of visiting you there than in the 40 below temp you were in before. Thanks for the update!
Billy Brewer Glynn Academy Class of ’67