My Old Kentucky Home

April 1, 2014 § 1 Comment

IMG_20140401_093828last run at the arboretum. no filter needed.

Today we head back west. Of course we are excited…great opportunities for Paul, and California will always be my home.  But Kentucky has been good to us.  A lot has gone down the past 4 years.  It started with casts.

2010-07-07-17-08-42-e1279816440664my first week here

But then things got better.  And there was Spike

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And Nerlens!

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And Derby

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And Keeneland

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And bourbon

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And running for bourbon!

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And state fairs

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And HH

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And horses on farms

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And miniature donkeys

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And the air smelling like roasting peanuts when the wind is right (thank you, Jiff factory).

And coaching

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And swimming

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And running routes

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And riding

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And chickens!

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And egg drama

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And duh:

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And, best of all…

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family.  It’s been so nice to be close to family.  And good friends.

Leaving is always a little bittersweet, even when there are good things ahead of you. Regardless of where we go from here, Kentucky will always be our second home.

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§ One Response to My Old Kentucky Home

  • Cynthia says:

    woah, i thought you weren’t leaving until may. crazy. good luck with the move. let’s talk soon. xoxo.

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