I have to admit that I used to believe that I didn’t have a lot of experience with death. I’ve had family members pass away in my lifetime, sure. I attended both my maternal grandmother (I was 9) and great-grandmother’s (I was 27) funerals. A maternal cousin passed away early this year at age 35. My paternal grandmother passed away when I was 28 or 29, we’re not exactly sure
I learned a hard lesson a couple of months ago. It’s one that I teach clients about all the time. Back. Up. Your. Files. I wish I had listened to my own advice. Upon learning at the beginning of June that my site hosting had expired and I missed the reactivation window by a mere 48 hours, I lost all of the work that I had created since September. ALL. OF.
I still have so many things to get done before we head out on our 750 mile excursion next week: New tiresAlignmentHave door sensor looked atOil changeNew windshieldLaundryPack I’m really excited and really apprehensive about the trip. I am looking forward to seeing my family and dreading it at the same time. I know that I’ll be dealing with 6 weeks of criticism and “loving advice” from all ends as