It’s funny how even something as simple as walking the dogs on the same route I’ve taken hundreds of times can seem to take on a renewed meaning once a new course has been set. I’ll be moving to Tucson, Arizona in November and already I’ve found myself musing about all of the things that I won’t be doing here any more. Teaching at WSU or photographing adoptable animals at the Benton-Franklin Humane Society, the Tri-Cities Animal Shelter or even Coyote Ridge Corrections Center. Looking back on the last three plus years that we’ve been in the Tri-Cities, I know that I’ve been very fortunate in all of the opportunities that have come my way but as sad as it is to leave the area, I’m really looking forward to all of the opportunities that await in Tucson. For all of you familiar with the Tucson area, send me a note with your suggestions for your favorite things to do and places to eat.
Of course all this means that I’m also counting down on the number of sessions that I am able to do here in the Tri-Cities before moving. If you’ve been waiting for the right time to contact me, this is it – after October, I won’t be able to help you.
One thing that I’ll certainly miss is my home. We haven’t listed it yet with a realtor so it still feels like our home (if you’ve ever sold a house then you’ll know that as soon as it’s listed, it’s not really your home anymore but rather the place that you live while it is on display). If you live in or are moving to the Tri-Cities and are interested in a beautiful Stanfield Homes construction (~4200 sq ft), please send me an email @ firstname.lastname@example.org to get a link to a photo gallery. I’ll leave you today with a pair of photos of our house.