I've been in Boston for 7 days now and will be here 4 more. Just wanted to let you know we're having a marvelous time. Traveling with a one year old is like hell on wheels and then some, but we're managing. Boston in the Spring is absolutely stunning. My soul is so alive in New England. It thrives. I feel like this is where I belong.
I'm missing my Lucy like crazy. Had a big cry last night in Vic's arms. I think its being away from home, from most of my responsibilities--it gives my mind permission to think about her like I haven't let myself in a long time. Seeing new things, going on adventures, they are reminders of her absence. I forget what a toll traveling takes on me. It is so enlivening and exciting on one hand, and on the other it is so draining and depressing.
We're approaching the two year mark and it is powerfully more painful than I anticipated.
The good news is I was just cast in "The Wedding Singer" at the Hale Center Theatre in SLC. Come see me this summer and let me give you a hug.
We're getting ready to set sail for the day.
Can't wait to show you all the fabulous photos we've been taking and tell you of our adventures. Life is crazy. Life is hard. But life is good and beautiful.
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