I Like My Changes by the Boatload. Or Uhaul-load.

So, my home is on the market, I’m either shopping for a new car or deciding on a suv shipping company to relocate my current car with me, and roles and responsibilities at work are ever-changing. But more importantly — the thing I’m scared to even discuss in fear that just mentioning it may ruin it (VOLDEMORT) — a publishing company has expressed initial interest in my second novel.

Peach Springs Trip



I wrote it.

The world has not ended.

I’ve been talking about that a bit with friends and family and thought it was only fair to share here too. You, my dear blog internet friends far and wide, are the reason the first book did so well. (Have I thanked you for that lately? Thank you!) So, you should be among the first to know that the second may actually be available in your local bookstore. Or, if dreams come true — your local bookstore and library.

Things are busy over here. I’m not ignoring you or this space. I’ve had less I’ve wanted to share, which is entirely another post about maturation in the times of blogs. I also have more of a public role thanks to my job and don’t want my underwear hanging on the line for all the world to see. Figuratively. Literally, I’m still using my clothesline, which is awesome when it is 107 out because everything dries before your eyes.

So, friends. Hang in there with me. I am ever thankful for the many friendships I made through this site. And I’m looking forward to sharing more of the great details of all these new adventures soon.

Now, it is time to return to my new apparent favorite hobby in my 30s: peak of summer packing and moving. You would think two cross country moves, and a cross-state line move all in the last 4 years, of course all during summer months, would have made me a winter moving fan.

What it has taught me instead is life unfolds exactly as it is meant to.


Kelli, and a very petulant Willie Nelson Mandela


8 Replies to “I Like My Changes by the Boatload. Or Uhaul-load.”

  1. That is very, very exciting!! Yay! I also resonate with your desire for some “privacy.” I connect so much with people over blogs and love their authenticity, but struggle to put myself out there in the same way. It is a struggle! Thanks for the sharing you have done and look forward to the way or ways things may change in the future!

  2. Sounds like life is moving in a wonderful direction. Embrace it! (And…I haven’t forgotten about the promise of a vintage tablecloth. Life has just gotten busy)

  3. It sounds like a very exciting time for you, Kelli, in many ways. Congratulations! I think it was inadvertently discovering your blog 6 years ago and realizing you were “local” that gave me the impetus to start my own blog, and I’ve loved it ever since. Mine is not overly personal, though, so it is possible to blog and still have privacy.

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