new beginnings

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New Life in Georgia
Well, it’s official. I now live in Atlanta. A year and a half ago, I never would have guessed it, and yet now I can’t think of anywhere else I’d rather be. Life is full of fun surprises like that.

Brian and I are still pretty exhausted from the move. Two goodbye parties, packing and cleaning 5 years of DC living, 10+ hours of driving a bigger-than-we-asked-for 16-foot moving truck, unpacking (still not quite finished with that) and jumping right into a new job the next day will really take it out of you. As such, I feel like I haven’t quite had the chance to process all of this, so a more thoughtful post will have to wait for another date. For now, here’s a little picture of the kind gesture I was greeted with in my new office yesterday.

I may be too tired to think straight, but I do know Brian and I will be very happy in this new city we now call home. Here’s to new beginnings, new adventures and counting our blessings that we’re healthy and able to pursue them. 

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5 Responses to new beginnings

  1. Look at you! So proud of what you have accomplished (including that insane moving timeline)…. already missing you and can’t wait for you to come back and visit the District!! xoxo

    • Yang says:

      Thanks, girl! Will definitely plan a visit soon and you have to make your way down to Atlanta as well. I’m happy we can still feel connected through our blogs (if I ever get back to blogging regularly, that is).

  2. Teesa says:

    WAHOO, yang!! so proud of you and brian for making this great leap forward. nothing but many more good things to come.

    and i cannot believe you maneuvered that huge moving truck, i would have died.

  3. Julie Slattery says:

    Well no doubt left in my mind you are with a great man. That gesture is the icing on top to the incredibly moving speech Brian gave at the goodbye party. Miss you guys already. Colleen & I were texting this am about our date as a couple to Cleveland–whoohoo!!

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