You might have noticed Something Winnderful has been MIA.

I mean, there hasn’t been a blog post published since October. There are plenty of reasons to explain why I didn’t post, but really it boils down to just not wanting to. That sounds pretty depressing, but really it’s a great thing. Blogging takes so much time that it keeps you from actually getting out and doing stuff. And let me tell you, I have been up to some exciting stuff.

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Hello June

I know we are well into June, but in my defense I did start this post at the beginning of the month. My computer pretty much crushes my soul at this point. Here’s a bit of a run through of our life this past monthish.

We celebrated one year

Carl and I survived a whole year of marriage! Looking back I realize now that I had no concept of the challenges of marriage,

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I had this wonderful update post written Sunday night that shared all the great things going on in Carl and I’s life right now….and then WordPress deleted 50% of it when I went to schedule it. I don’t know what happened, I think it’s because I left it opened so long between sessions that it just couldn’t autosave when I went and wrote the last half. It was pretty upsetting. At that point I figured I should take that as a sign and just go to sleep,

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First, I just need to say how much I love Carl and him writing a blog post for me once a month. I had hoped it would relieve stress and be one less post I had to worry about…but that’s definitely not how it’s turned out. However, it’s definitely been very exciting to see what he comes up with. The past two times he’s waited until I’m going to bed the night before to pick a topic,

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Prepare yourself readers, because this is going to be a tough read.  I’m devastated to share that our baby Daisy passed away this past Saturday.  As I mentioned on Friday, Daisy went into the vet clinic on Wednesday because of a virus her litter caught.  They kept her at the clinic and by Saturday morning she had gone downhill. By noon that day she had passed.  We were told she was too young (5-6 weeks) for her body to be able to fight the virus.

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