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In an effort to launch something in a very short timeframe, after three months of coding in off hours for stints of a few minutes at a time, I used a framework to get *something* out. This is not code I would use for a client. Ever.
In fact, if you could see my face right now, you'd realize this is a little more than painful.
But, as sometimes has to happen with personal projects, the non-paying personal site takes a backseat to quality and gets dressed in handmedown code. Thanks to VMcore for the free ride here.
The pictures say it all and Magnolia mom took the words right out of my mouth!
Wait?! You get yto pick where you move?
Does. NOT. Compute.
(And yes, I realize that only you will understand that comment, but I don’t care anymore.)
What a fantastic blue sky! LB’s pic is my fave…
And? it thrills me to see that your baby bump looks like mine. I was afraid I had too big of a bump too early, but we seem to be right on track with each other. Yay for bumps!
Charla, I was in a room of pregnant women all due before me and MY bump was the BIGGEST. (I hear “I got the biggest bump of them all playing in my head now)
I carried large with LB, too, and this time I’m even bigger, I think.
I’m in for a long last trimester.
Beautiful pictures Les! THAT is why people live in the NW. Well, and to be close to the people they love… which is why I’ll be moving less than 5 miles away from you in March. Hee!
This part of the country is pretty cool, isn’t it? Cute baby bump.
I have similar problems trying to explain to people why I now live in a wooden house in the middle of a forest in the middle of nowhere somewhere near Lapland. Like you the only way I can explain is by photos.
I actually admire people that are able to pick up and move somewhere like you did. There are many places (including Seattle, actually) that I would love to live, but I can’t bear the thought of losing the many ties I have here in my NC town. Maybe one day I’ll be able to suck it up and move somewhere that I can take beautiful pictures like those!
It’s so gorgeous there. But here we have summers that burn your eyeballs clean off. Sure you don’t want to return???
I don’t have any family and I get that look all the time.. it’s pretty annoying
Beautiful!!! You look great Leslie.
We’re 3 hours from closest family… you do what you have to do!
Beautiful photos! We went to Larrabee today and I thought of you…you’re right - watching the water and breathing in the fresh air is invigorating!
beautiful. i’m jealous: everything here is grey and dreary with dirty snow :(
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.
If you need an advocate on why you moved to Seattle… you know I am here!!
It has been my dream that one day I would live in Seattle. My husband was born there… I have been there twice.
You only need to go once. I was in love the moment the plane came into range of the city….
It IS that beautiful. And worth it.
I applaud you Mrs. Flinger for taking a leap of faith and moving there. I hope every dream and thought you had about Seattle comes true.
And much more!!
Ah, thanks, andrudeness. I don’t know if “brave” or “what-were-we-thinking” comes to mind but days like this make it easy to love the decision.
those photos are beautiful. i almost felt like i was on vacation, without all the hassle of going on vacation with an entire family
We’d move back if we could afford to buy a house. We miss it, a lot. It’s one of those towns that grows on you. Much like a tumor. The hubs and I have sworn to each other that we’ll retire there.
I live 15 hours from my nearest relative or friend for that matter. Whenever I go to doctors visit for my pregnancy I have to tell the whole 9 as to why there aren’t any emergency contacts other than my husband that is usually with me anyways. And why we would take a job away from family.
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