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Can you change your life in 30 days? Absolutely, but it requires courage, determination, and focus…NOT!   For me, it required a blind leap of faith and a little bit of insanity… Oh and not knowing what was in front of me helped. I changed my life. I moved from Florida to California. I wanted to be closer to my son and my son and my grandson. Now I’ve wanted to be closer to them for the last two years. I kept making plans and putting it off thinking one day everything will be perfect but it never was. However,  a request from my son, motivated me to make the move. He’s a single Dad and the cost of daycare and the logistics of getting my grandson back and for (he works a non-traditional schedule) were dangering his finances and his employment. My mom instincts kicked in and overrode any fear I had in making the change. That’s not to say I wasn’t afraid. It’ just the desire to help my son was stronger than my fear of making the change.

For me, it required a blind leap of faith and a little bit of insanity… Also, not knowing what was in front of me helped. I changed my life. I moved from Florida to California. I wanted to be closer to my son and my son and my grandson. Now I’ve wanted to be closer to them for the last two years. I kept making plans and putting it off thinking one day everything will be perfect but it never was. However,  a request from my son, motivated me to make the move. He’s a single Dad and the cost of daycare and the logistics of getting my grandson back and for (he works a non-traditional schedule) were dangering his finances and his employment. My mom instincts kicked in and overrode any fear I had in making the change. That’s not to say I wasn’t afraid. It’ just the desire to help my son was stronger than my fear of making the change.

Well foOh heck, maybe not, for me it required a blind leap of faith and a little bit of insanity… Also, not knowing what was in front of me helped. I changed my life. I moved from Florida to California. I wanted to be closer to my son and my son and my grandson. Now I’ve wanted to be closer to them for the last two years. I kept making plans and putting it off thinking one day everything will be perfect but it never was. However,  a request from my son, motivated me to make the move. He’s a single Dad and the cost of daycare and the logistics of getting my grandson back and for (he works a non-traditional schedule) were dangering his finances and his employment. My mom instincts kicked in and overrode any fear I had in making the change. That’s not to say I wasn’t afraid. It’ just the desire to help my son was stronger than my fear of making the change.

Did everything go smoothly? Not exactly. The first day out I hit a deer. The landlord changed the terms of his agreement and asked for more money.