It's funny how long it has taken me to get back to working on the blog. I've got to try to get everyone caught up on what has been going on with the Roscoe Family in 2007. I have my work cut out for me.
The first thing we need to do is to thank every one who helped us pack the truck in Chicago. They took time out of their busy schedules on New Years Eve. Lee Scruggs, who took time from helping his mother. Jeffery Dunn, who took time out from spending it with his family and doing his FTM(Field Training Manager) duties. Finally, Andre Lucero, who flew back from overseas, slept a little bit and then, helped til he had a Vatican obligation at the Chicago Dioceses. He even came back New Years Day to help us finish up.
We'd also like to thank our next door neighbors Laura and David. Laura came over and helped me clean the kitchen and pack. They also offered us a place to sleep since we finished so late New Years Day and were exhausted.
It was very hard to leave Chicago. It had been Paul's home for almost ten years and mine for the last three years. It is where Paul and I had built our life together and started our family. We'll always have the memories, but our hearts will always ache for the "Windy City."