Interview season has started and next week DrH leaves for a two week stent of interviews (sarcastic yay). Yes I’m grateful he has them, but no I’m not excited for him to be gone that long. We are not the type of couple that is cool to be away from each other for so long. In fact this will be the longest period of separation for us since he proposed. But today he is home, so I’m trying to focus on that. Trying.
In other news, I have grown up a year. Lol, I had my birthday last week, and even though it wasn’t exactly how I expected it was still pretty good. My sis-in-law and her hubs had a nice visit during that time, and we got to show them around for the peak of Fall.
I’ve been dealing with medication change this past month as well. I had been at the top dosing for Zoloft, and felt I needed a slight change. Mostly it was great, but would still be somewhat ineffective the week leading up to my cycle (pretty sure you all wanted to know that). So we’ve switched to Prozac, the dose to start with wasn’t quite equivalent for me, so it’s still a work in progress. But I am still able to function so that’s a positive, and by switching I found I had a side effect I didn’t realize was caused by the Zoloft that I don’t with the Prozac. So yay another positive.
Crisp morning air, apple cider, pumpkin everything. Beautiful colors spreading everywhere. I am sad that this will probably be our last fall here, but so grateful to enjoy it one last time. I can never get enough of the fall colors! I’ve seen tree’s half green, half red. Neon colors, soft colors, vivid colors, and everything in between. We went to a close mountain last week to see the valley in color. It hadn’t quite peaked yet, so part way up you had a drastic change. On one side summer, and then quite suddenly you were surrounded by fall. As you know I love the fall. And now it will always be linked in my mind with this beautiful place. The place of the most beautiful falls. The place everyone thinks of as the quintessential place for fall. And I got to live it for four years!
Can you see summer in the distance?