Endings and Beginnings
Well friends, it is with a heavy heart, and no ease that I am going to abruptly tell you that I’m shutting this blog down. It isn’t that I don’t love having it, because I do, but it is for the sake of my husband and his future career. Army medicine is a very, very small world, and thought I’ve never used his name, he and I have agreed that for the sake of precaution it is best that I veer away from the Army medicine arena in subject matter on my little corner of the internet. Nothing has happened and nothing I have written has caused him or his career any harm, but we both want to take as many steps as possibly to ensure the safety of our family and his job.
I have loved blogging here for 3+ years. I loved writing about being married to a medical student. There hasn’t been a whole lot to say about being married to a resident, but when I’ve written about it, I’ve loved it. And I’ve loved sharing the changes in, and addition to, our family with you all. I love that my post about my long distance insanity has the most hits. I love that at least something I’ve said here has been of worth to even just one person. I love blogging, even if it’s just for me and a small handful of people.
Because of that, I’m not giving up blogging entirely. While I’m leaving this one behind- The Army Doctor’s Wife (medicalwife.wordpress.com)- I will be starting anew. The new blog will largely leave C and his career out of the picture, but it will be about our life. Life with a baby. Life in general. Regular, every day life. Sans a whole lot of the Army stuff, and a whole lot of the medicine stuff. I mean, I can’t avoid that stuff 100% because it’s a huge part of our life, but it’s not going to be the main theme.
My plan is to leave this post, and this blog up for about a month. Then it’s coming down for good. Better safe than sorry, you know?
The new blog can be found at http://threeconejitos.wordpress.com.
I love all of you that have been keeping me company here on the interwebs for the past 3 years, and hope to see you people on the other side.
PS: No worries though, because I’ll still be following all of you!