Escaping New England in the Nick of Time

Hard to believe it’s already December! After a fantastic and successful run of Goblin Market in New Hampshire, we escaped just barely ahead of a big snowstorm and are currently visiting with friends and family in North and South Carolina.

To be honest, we are still in recovery mode. This fall was really exhausting, and on top of our myriad projects, I’ve been putting in major hours in my growing virtual assistant business, with Ross assisting with graphic design, audio and video where called for.

With the show behind us, we are free to get back to a sense of normalcy, which will really sink in once we get to Florida for the winter. We’ve been dealing with lots of RV and car issues, but otherwise we are relatively healthy and happy to be with people we love. We are really looking forward to our visit to Disney World and to settling in for a while.

We are making a decision soon on a possible project in the spring. Besides that, life is a question mark. We are hoping to build our income enough to support a move to the Pacific Northwest, at least part-time, but it will probably take us at least another year, and possibly 2-3, for that to be financially viable. We plan to keep the RV and travel at least part-time.

So thanks to everyone who takes lessons from us, hires us for editing, virtual and creative work and to you for reading this. We so appreciate your support and interest in this project we call life.

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As of this writing, we’ve settled in Florida for the winter. Our favorite park has greatly increased their prices, but we are near the happiest place on Earth, so who are we to complain? We are enjoying our holidays and staying put.

Wishing you all the best this holiday season and always!


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