Thursday, April 10, 2014

Sometimes Dreams Come True

I know that it has been well over a year since I last posted on the blog--a whole lot of family issues and work that needed taking care of.  However, despite a crazy erev Pesach schedule, I wanted to get this news out there.

All the years I was blogging I made mention that hubby and I were going to be retiring to Las Vegas.  Well, we should all recognize that change (other than the Ribboneh Shel Olam) is the only constant in our lives--and change has come into my life.  We're going to be leaving New York come the end of June, but not to Las Vegas--we've purchased a home in Boca Raton, Florida.  Yup, heading south instead of west.  I guess we finally realized that moving to where a lot of our friends are now going to be living, as well as some family, has merit.  And a 2-hour flight from Boca to NY when we pop up to visit the kids and my mom is a lot more doable than a 5-1/2 hour flight from Vegas.  At least Florida like Vegas has no state tax, so there are financial benefits as well.

Let me wish you all a chag kasher v'sameach.  And let me also remind you that eventually dreams come true, even if not quite what you may have envisioned when you started the dreaming.


Mark said...

Chag Kasher Vesameach! (and Shabbat Shalom)

Welcome to Boca Raton in June! If you have any questions, just email me :-)

Ari K said...

good luck

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Miami Al said...

Welcome to South Florida. Enjoy your retirement.

Mr. Cohen said...

Now is a good time to start praying for an easy fast on Yom Kippur; for yourself and for all Jews everywhere.

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