Hey ya’ll, I know, where the heck have I been? Last post I updated you on my life, my new loft, and my fiance health (OMG I can’t believe I’m getting married, tips on planning an out of state wedding are much appreciated.) I’ll start with my husband’s to be health.
The Big C
At the beginning of April, Grant, my man, noticed a lump on his neck, fast forwarded to last week, he was officially diagnostic with Stage 3 B Hodgkins Lymphoma. It’s a lifestyle change, to say the least, hence the no updates. We’ve been in an out of the hospital all month. It’s been tough but now more than ever I know that this the man I want to spend the rest of my life with. He has been so strong during all this, and I’m so proud to be his women. He started chemo last week, and all of our family has pulled together to support us. We are a team #fuckcancer. If you or any of your loved ones have gone through this, please reach out. This is all so new, but we’re staying positive, and speaking of positive, I have some good news to balance out the bad.
New new loft
So if you missed my last post, I was just starting to showcase my new loft apartment, nicknamed the Lair. When we first toured the lofts, we noticed that all the units in the apartment were very different. All seven were cool in their own unique way. Two lofts, in particular, stood out us. The one bedroom with the built ladder, which you can see a full tour of here and the one bedroom with a beautiful set of reclaimed church doors. The loft with the cool doors was already leased, so we opted for the ladder loft. It was soo cute and surprisingly had a lot of storage space. Then last week we got an unexpected gift. The hubby to be and I (I love saying that) were antique shopping near the loft, we ran into our landlord, who told us the tenant he had for the loft opted to take a bigger apt. That meant the church door loft was back on the market and ours if we wanted it. Of course, we jump right on it and now it’s officially ours. So I have a new, new loft. I’ll be uploading a tour soon, and rooms plans in the next coming weeks.
Writing while Life Happens
Now that we have a diagnostics and a plan, I’ll return to normal upload schedule. Grant is my priority he’s the love of my life but that doesn’t mean I’m going to stop writing. Writing is my job and part of that is learning to balance. I’m confident I’ll find it with all of the support I have. Thank to all of you who stayed subscribed, and to all my new readers, thanks so much for stopping by, so happy you’re here. Life is so unpredictable and it seems to all happen at once, but that’s okay. We’re rolling with the punches. I’ve taken to working on my novel while Grant is at chemo, and even on my breaks at my day job. Seeing my man fight through this, has given me the push I need to get it all finish. I’m seeing a literary agent, a beautifully curated space, and a kick ass DIYS on my horizon, Stick around to see it all.