A New Year of “Globalness”

2013 was a momentous year in our family. We moved into a new home, our little girl, Eleanor Grace was born in August, and I started a new part-time position as a study abroad advisor at a small university in Oklahoma City. With all that was going on, I decided to take a year away from blogging. But now that I’m finally getting my little one on a schedule, I want to bring “globalness” back into our household. I’m sure my posts will be a little less regular than before, but I really want my daughter to be exposed to the world beyond our little city and for this blog to be a record of all we do together.

Eleanor got a B. Global Glowball for Christmas from her Auntie Karen. Now she's really got the whole world in her hands.

Eleanor got a B. Global Glowball for Christmas from her Auntie Karen. Now she’s really got the whole world in her hands.

I’m excited to get Global from Home back up and running and can’t wait to see what adventures lie ahead for Hubby, Eleanor, and me.

What “global from home” adventures did you have in 2013?

 

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10 thoughts on “A New Year of “Globalness”

  1. edebock

    Welcome back! I look forward to learning more about being global from home from you this year. Shortly after my husband and I returned to Canada after spending February to July of last year living and teaching in China, I was diagnosed with cancer which will likely curtail our wandering quite significantly.

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    1. eliseblalock Post author

      Thanks so much, Elaine, for your welcome back. I’m so sorry hear about your diagnosis. I hope the time at home allows your body to heal and also gives you a new appreciation of your home. I look forward to following you on your journey.

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    1. eliseblalock Post author

      Thanks so much! I’m glad to be back too. I may be coming to you for advice soon…we’re planning an international trip with our then 9-month old this summer. Eek!

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  2. Rachel

    Welcome back, Elise!! I really missed your posts. It’s amazing how much Eleanor has grown. She’s such a little cutie-pie!!

    Reply

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