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This image reminded me of a conversation I had this weekend with my husband. We seem to always have invites to go on vacations to places we haven't been, but we always have a handful of reasons why we can't go. Although we did take advantage of our San Francisco invite a year ago - happy that we did, loved it!  It's now my new favorite place on my list of places to live since my plan is to get out of Phoenix in the near future.

So after this past weekend I told Tom we're going to take advantage of our invitations to travel - we need to get out and live life before we can't get up to get out. I guess you really don't realize how quickly the years go by until you experience a loss.                                                                                  

I hope everyone is prepared for my visits beginning in a few weeks. (starting with Flagstaff Erin)


Life is like a coin. You can spend it any way you wish, but you only spend it once.
Lillian Dickson


Happy Monday!

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