M.I.A.

So, if you haven’t noticed. I’ve been M.I.A for about two weeks now {I know – whoaaa}. A lot of exciting things are happening in our lives right now and my baby boy just got back from his vacation. So, life is finally back to normal. I’ve missed sharing our life with you guys. But, don’t worry we’ll get all caught up on the fun & craziness.
In other news, I’ve moved {not to a new physical place or anything – well I guess that would be true in Internet land.}! WordPress.com has been a great place for me to start blogging and find out if it would be something that I would continue doing for more than a couple of weeks {I get bored fast}. Turns out I plan on doing this for the rest of my life {sounds like a really long time when I say it like that}. But, I never expected the warm and thoughtful comments I’ve gotten or the impact it would have on my family back in New Jersey – turns out they really love to see Jayden grow every single day and laugh along with Quentin and I like they were here with us.
Sorry! A little off track and sentimental there {insert tear here}. Reasons for leaving wordpress.com:
  1. I wanted more creative freedom {change layout fonts, customize comments section, etc.}.
  2. I need more space {I want to start using higher resolution photos without a limit}!
  3. URLs without a dot in the middle are prettier. {http://www.thememorybookblog.com looks nicer don’t you think?}

Those are some of the basic reasons I left wordpress.com, but I had a blast getting involved in the community and will continue to use the installed version {from wordpress.org}and read wordpress.com blogs ’cause they are awesome! All in all, I have made my move safely and effectively {feel free to peak at old posts if you wish they haven’t gone anywhere}.

I’m getting all cozy and situated now with the layout and things at the new spot so feel free to visit me {permanently ::wink wink::}. Thank you for welcoming me into the blogesphere & I look forward to letting my creative juices flow and share our life with you all.

Bookmark & Subscribe if you like. This is the beginning of a beautiful, new blog-ship {yes, I made that up – like it?}.

Click away to my new home.

“Any time there’s a major change, whether it’s going into a relationship, getting out of a relationship, moving to a new city,

a death — that usually provides a catalyst for an explosion of creativity.”
Lucinda Williams

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