My life this year has been pretty crazy and intense. I am used to normalcy and living a life that is very predictable. I made the choice to move my life forward this year and on January 15th I did just that. I packed up my car with my two cats and anything I could fit in my little Ford Focus and made the four hour drive from Waterford, MI to Roselawn, IN where my new life was to begin. I was nervous and scared and that day was the hardest one I had gone through in the past six years of my life. Before making this move the hardest thing for me had been giving up my beautiful daughter for adoption.
The next few months were very hard for me, but I loved it. I was able to make a new best friend with a lovely young woman who will always mean something special to me. She pulled me out of the darkness that I was feeling. She helped make me go outside and live life again. I can say that I do not think I would be the much stronger woman that I am now if I had not had her support and strength to help me out. Every day I miss my dog, Kratos, but I know that there is no way that I could have taken him with me because I was not his true owner.
With that being said I love my new puppy just as much if not more that I ever loved Kratos. Luna is crazy, insane, and so very special. She is my love, my strength, and my life. She makes it possible for me to keep moving forward. She reminds me that I have a reason to live and a reason to keep going on a daily basis. She is an amazing dog and I am so glad that Melissa helped me pick her out and name her.
The time came for me to move again as my friend Melissa sold her house and I needed to be moved within a week. It was a very hard week for me and it is why I was mia for awhile. I was in full on panic mode as I did not have a place lined up for me to go to. I was lucky enough to find a great home in Hartford City, IN to move. I now have a new roommate and am fully moved in. Luna and Deimos made the move successfully though I will morn the loss of Gonzo for some time as he ran off during the moving process and I was unable to find him.
For now I am still working on unpacking all of my things and finding a home for all of my possessions, but I am slowly turning this room into my own and I am making it a much girlier home than it was before I moved in here. It will no longer be a bachelor pad. With this I shall end this and just say that I am grateful for all of my family and friends who have been here for me all year.