February Fun: A New Job, Miss Kiya Update & Ski Trip

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 0

Hello Friends, 

It sure has been a very LONG time since I’ve posted a My Life in a Nutshell post. Things have been crazy for me and there have been so many changes in my life. Some of you know from my last post that I moved to Dallas for my husband’s job. Shortly after, my dog Austin was diagnosed with a Tumor and he passed away.

So much more has happened and I don’t want to bore you with every single detail. Instead, I’ll just pick right back up with February’s edition of My Life in a Nutshell. Here are a few highlights of my life in February 2016. 

 

A New Job

I’m very excited to say that I have a new job. I’ve been working there now for exactly one month and couldn’t be more grateful for the opportunity. I’m still helping my good friend with her online boutique, Wake Me Up Goods in my free time too. Working with my friend was a dream job for sure as it allowed me to work from home (which both my doggies and hubby really enjoyed). But I was given a job offer I couldn’t refuse and I am grateful and blessed for the opportunity. Sometimes I feel super busy BUT actually I couldn’t be happier about it. 

 

Rosa Work

 

An update on Miss Kiya

Kiya is doing great! She celebrated her 13th birthday this past September and she’s still going strong. She loves living closer to Austin where she can visit my parent’s house more often. She won’t admit it but she sure does enjoy spending time with her Chihuahua and her miniature poodle best friends. 

 

Kiya on a walk

 

Kiya’s obsession right now is meal time. When Austin was sick, I started cooking homemade dog food. It’s a habit I haven’t stopped. I swear that sometimes Kiya eats healthier than I do. Soon I’ll post some of my DIY homemade dog food recipes on the blog. 

 

Kiya Homemade dog food

 

 

Ski Trip in Colorado

The first time I skied, I had a terrible experience. I never thought I’d give it another try. Last week, I went with Brian (my husband) and his parents to Copper Mountain and I promised myself that as fearful I felt, I’d give it another try. I must report that it went well! I did have a few falls but overall skiing for me was a success. I no longer fly off the ski lift or freeze in fear or cry. Thanks to my ski instructor I must say that I am actually looking forward to trying it again. 

 

Ski in Copper Mountain

Wishing everyone a wonderful March! Thank you for reading. 

See my previous My Life in a Nutshell post here.

xoxo,

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