Not a Beginning or an End, Just Living

Posted on Friday, January 17, 2014 by Tammy in Save Your Marriage | Leave a comment (74)

The music is brighter here.

All the boxes are unpacked, and everything is place.  We now have half the cars and half the living space we had just half a year ago.

The decisions came easier the more we made them together.  The burdens vanished.

It seems we’d figured it out.  Life is for living.


He never sat me down and said, I am no longer writing.

Instead of checking emails or coming here to our writing place, he set up the new space for his guitar and music stand.  His fingers nanced about the strings and beauty filled our new space.

I heard it in the notes and the way he played them.

Just days after moving in, he told me, I am so happy.

I knew he was not long for this writing world.


The renovating and the packing prevented me from doing much else.

Preparing a house for sale is tiresome.  We had not the interest in our 1,400 square feet in some time, and now we had to make it our grand priority.

I was not writing.

My energy came from knowing that we would be moving out and moving on.


And so it has come to this day just one week after we had moved in.

I decided that it was time for me to explore other genres and styles of writing.

We talked, and he said, It is ok.

And so we will be living The Great Jollyhoombah and not writing about it.  We will still talk to squirrels and walk a good deal of our days away.

I will think about everyone we have met, as will he.

If we have made a day a little brighter or caused a smile, it has all been worth it.

We loved getting to know you.

And Now?

It is far from our style to tell anyone how to live a life, but do live it.

For a long time, we didn’t.  We sat.  We reacted.  We grumbled.

And one day, and then the next, and the one after that, we chose love.  We chose fun.

Choose fun.

We want to thank each and every one of you who has taken time out of your day to read our zany words.  We will be forever changed in the very best of ways for sharing this time with you.


74 comments about "Not a Beginning or an End, Just Living"

  1. So happy for you both! Your writing (his and hers) has been an inspiration. Thank you for sharing your journey.

  2. It’s more important to walk the walk than it is to tell us about it. You are, and remain, an inspiration.


  3. Thanks for doing what you’ve been doing, and best wishes on whatever’s next in your journey! I can personally assure you that you’ve “made a day a little brighter or caused a smile.”
    FF recently posted..What I’ve Been Reading – Week 1My Profile

    • FF!! Ok, I wasn’t going to get sentimental, but you just gave me a lump in my throat! You have certainly been a bright spot here. Many thanks for sharing your thoughts. Happiness to you always!

  4. Tammy and CJ (I should say Dear Tammy and Dear CJ),

    Although I have an early train to catch this morning, I wanted to first write and say Thank You. Thank you both for sharing your wonderful words and world with us. Thank you for making me laugh, helping me to think more clearly about many things, and inspiring several posts. Thank you for all of the times you were so generous and so very kind to me, and to my blog. Thank you for teaching me that the biggest lesson about blogging is that you can find lovely souls across the internet if you take the time and care to reach out to them, and extend a kind hand–people you’ve never met and probably will never meet In Real Life–who can touch you and teach you.

    I’ll smile whenever a squirrel crosses my path and send you a hello across the miles! I wish you both pure bliss and I’m quite sure, if there is karma, that you will have it in spades.

    xoxo Joy
    Joy @ Joyfully Green recently posted..Joyful Reads for the Weekend, Vol. 10My Profile

    • Joy!! We so appreciate your words and, because I get mushy, my brain freezes. So let’s just have a group hug! ;)

      What you said really hit home, and I do feel that the best part of blogging is finding people who are willing to share their thoughts and lives so that everyone’s can be enhanced. In the past fifteen months or so, I have had so many a-ha moments. We are not the same people we were fifteen months ago, and that is because of people like you!

      The beauty you continue to share – both in pictures and words – on your blog has been a bright spot in each week. Thank you for bringing the lesser-loved crawlies into the limelight and enabling us all to see them up close.

      We hope you’re enjoying your train ride! May the squirrels remind us of all the fun and love their is in this world!
      XOXO right back at you!

  5. And once again, nothing is permanent. So few people learn to follow their hearts, to listen to what’s best for their souls. I will miss your posts but take great delight in knowing you’re out there still, chatting with squirrels and absorbing every bit of delight that life has to offer. Good luck with the music and the writing! Thank you for showing us how it’s done!
    Martha Brettschneider recently posted..How to Tap into the Power of Community (Even if You’re an Introvert)My Profile

    • Martha!! The same goes for you. Your voice is truly unique, and I will never look at a power-washer or a pink dress in the same way.

      I know you already follow your heart, and I know you share it with anyone fortunate enough to cross your path. Enjoy the runs and everything else you choose! Many thanks for your words. They certainly affected me!

  6. Dang… Why are all the great ones leaving? Totally understandable and I so wish you both well and of course one must live one’s life instead of sitiing or standing on the sidelines!

    I’m being totally selfish when I say I will miss you both so much. That said, this format of writing may be in the past for you both and you said you are willing to explore other genres of writing which doesn’t mean we won’t be able to read your “voice” in the future. And that’s a good thing.

    Unless you are planning to take down this blog completely, I shall have to satisfy my urges by reading your old posts (as I’ve not read them all!)

    Wishing you much love and laughter, light and happiness!

    Dale recently posted..‘Tis the SeasonMy Profile

    • Dale!! Your smiling face has been with us since our very beginnings. Your personality shines through in your words, and I’m so glad you decided to take your show to the big screen. Dale’s Delectables is just that – delectable, and it’s only because of you.

      We will miss the interactions we have had here with you and everyone.

      I am getting all choked up, because that is the way I am (a big, big sap!), so I will close for now with big hugs and big thanks for listening in on two crazies when the crickets were chirping over here. Thank you for being a big ray of sunshine!

  7. We will miss you. I’ll think about you every time I encounter a squirrel. Enjoy!
    Meri recently posted..3 Reasons To Put On Your Oxygen Mask Before Helping OthersMy Profile

    • Meri!! That makes our day. The squirrels are quite active in the courtyard of our new place. One ran up to “greet” CJ the other day. Of course it stopped, gave him the “dead eye” that only squirrels can, and ran past. We can also hear them chirping in the trees in the morning – something we didn’t have at our other place. I hope those grants get written with your furious flare, and I love and appreciate the message you’re sharing over at Find a Simpler Life. It definitely worked for us!

      Many happy days for you!

  8. Thank you for sharing your journey. I will sorely miss you both! But my experiences of our interactions I will cherish always.

    Could you be bribed to share the writing you do for other genres? And CJ to share the music he strums? Many a podcast blog out there… ;-)

    Love and hugs!

    • Lori!! We have loved getting to know you and are amazed at how you are raising your children (young adults!) to appreciate hikes instead of things, how to dig deep and find what you are truly interested in, and supporting them all the way. We felt a connection with you right off, and it’s not just because we’re all Yankees! ;)

      I told CJ he should start a music blog. Right now he’s just playing and composing, but perhaps somewhere down the line he’ll have a site, Pops and His Tunes or Nancing with Sir Jolly. I’d love to see his music out there. I will let you know if he puts it out there. Same goes for me and what I get into!

      Thank you for guiding me through meditation on your MP3s. I have to rely on the experts because my mind is certainly not still!

      Always love hearing from you, Lori Stalter! (You know CJ always loved saying your last name!)

      • Ooh, I like Nancing with Sir Jolly. That would be an awesome name for a website. I’m already looking forward to it.

        You are forever welcome for the meditation mp3′s. It makes me happy you found them so useful!

        Hey, I know you two get up this way once in a while to visit relatives. Drop me a line when you plan to be in the area. Maybe we can get together for a meal and a few brews.

        There’s a micro brewery called The Gilded Otter in New Paltz, NY I bet you’d enjoy. I’m not sure how far out of your way that would be. It’s about three hours from me but worth the trip.

        • Lori!! Now, The Gilded Otter sounds like our kind of place. ;) I haven’t been to New Paltz, but CJ’s grandparents used to live in Poughkeepsie which he says is 3 hours from where he grew up. Hmmmm…..I sure will keep that in mind!

          Hope you’re enjoying the start to your weekend!

  9. I feel as if I was just getting to know you and will miss you. I am very happy for you both and wish you all the best. You have me thinking about why I am blogging. The questions are running through my head and I believe still will for some time. Best of luck to the both of you.
    Lois recently posted..Friday Faves, Let’s Stop and ThinkMy Profile

    • Lois!! Your writing is so inspiring, and I’m sure glad you’re doing it. When I saw the pictures of your apartment, I was so intrigued. I love the tiny house movement, but I knew I didn’t want to maintain one. And now we’re living in our own little apartment and loving every minute of it. Thank you for continuing to inspire people to chose love over things!

      Happy Sunday!

  10. Wishing you fun, fun, fun, dancing and twirling and picking and living. You will both be missed!

    In health and love,

    Barbara recently posted..What’s next?My Profile

    • Barbara!! Twirling – I love that! Yes, why don’t we all dance and twirl our lives away – whatever that means for each of us. Life is for living with a capital “L” – and I know you’re doing just that. I hope you’re enjoying your travels and small and big, open spaces!

      Love and health right back at you!

  11. Ah, it has been so much fun sharing these moments with you. But even better to know that you are choosing fun and love and inner peace. The squirrels will always remind me of you.
    Rosemary recently posted..The Most Popular Posts of 2013My Profile

    • Rosemary!! It has been so much fun sharing these moments with you. The squirrels will always remind us of the time we shared here and on your blog. CJ detected your quick wit right away, and I always trust his judgment. It is an honor to know you. It brings us great hope that there are people like you out there blogging on how to make marriages work and doing so in a realistic and honest way.

      I hope all your days are squirrel-filled and happy!

  12. Thank you for some great entertainment along the way, and best of luck with your new projects!
    Pauline recently posted..5 ways to save money as a studentMy Profile

    • Pauline!! Thank YOU for sharing your courageous journey and fiery independence. Reading about your little house in Guatemala and the way you live your life has been great fun and an inspiration. When I pick up the phone to take on yet another service provider, I remember that you’re doing it – not in your primary language and on a different continent than the one you grew up on. I love hearing about your travels and challenges!

  13. My world just got rocked. I’ve come to love and adore you two and I know that I’ll miss you terribly. But with that said, I understand. As I’m typing now, my Mr. is in the bedroom, by himself, waiting for me…

    My life with him is the most important thing of all and I need to make sure he knows that. See, once again you put the mirror up and make me evaluate my own actions. Before I go off… I want you to know…

    You have each made such a mark on my life and I’m honored to have had the chance to get to know you. I hope that you’ll check in from time to time and if you’re ever in So Cal, I would love to meet you.

    With love and respect,
    Ree Klein recently posted..Where Has All The Money Gone?My Profile

    • Ree!! I already cried over your comment earlier today, and I am sure I will not be dry-eyed for long now. Your contributions here and on your blog have made a big impact on how we live our lives. The topics you cover have often been the fodder for our morning walks, and we have strengthened and questioned our own priorities because of the issues you raise. For that, and so much more, we thank you.

      Now, I think that one of the best things I’ve ever read here or anywhere is that you want your Mr. to know he’s the most important thing in your life. I am so happy for you both. I would not be the person I am today without CJ. Growing together – especially over the last few years – has been the greatest achievement of my life. I wish you both the same.

      The professionalism and grace with which you carried yourself everywhere you went on the Internet (either we ran in the same circles or I was a stalker!) is an exemplar for all.

      Here is a big, warm, squirrely hug for you!!! Hope you felt it!

  14. Am I the only one who is going to ask you both not to leave!?

    I understand fully your desires to embark on a new journey and I thank you both for sharing with us all that you have done. Your words have inspired many and zany or not, there was always a caring message for all to read regradless if we strived for the life you both had and have.

    I wish you both all the joy. contentment and peace this world has to offer and if you ever put digit to key again, you must let us know at once!!

    Take care you two and hopefully we’ll catch ya on the flip side :)

    lyle @ The Joy of Simple recently posted..My Five Simple And Frugal Tips To Save Cash In 2014 And BeyondMy Profile

    • Lyle!! Ah, I wish I had a witty response to this wittiest of comments. I love your digit to keyboard comment, and I have also enjoyed getting to know another digit to fretboard guy. Your love for your instrument shines through in your words. It has also been extra fun because you’re a metal, 80′s hairband guy, and you already know how I feel about Dokken, Van Halen, and all the rest! Music and words can evoke the deepest of emotions, and I’m so glad we were all able to share that!

      What I have loved is getting to know how others are doing it. From Toronto to Australia to the Philippines, we have met so many wonderful people all doing their own ways and sharing it freely. I am forever changed and grateful. Thank you, Lyle, for always bringing the warmest of vibes wherever you go!

  15. Oh Tammy and CJ, I will miss your whacky words and quirky stories here on Hoombah, but I am sure they will pop up in other places in the world.

    I have been constantly inspired by both of you, so much so that I wrote two blog posts about it.

    Thanks for being yourselves. I couldn’t ask for anything better than that.

    Big virtual hugs!
    Mark Adam Douglass (Minimalist Couple) recently posted..The Power Of Sharing Your StoryMy Profile

    • MAD!!! And we have been inspired by you and Jess. Thank you for sharing how you simplified your lives so that you could do the work that you both love. You never shy away from questioning the world and, most importantly, yourself. It is not an easy thing – to question oneself – but it is the only way if we want to continue living and improving our lives. I’m glad we were all able to do it together!

      Who knows? Maybe one of these days CJ and I will climb to the top of Uluru and perform a concert for you and Jess. (Although I suppose I’ll have to take up an instrument to be able to perform a concert, and I’m not sure if you’re allowed to climb to the top of Uluru…maybe we’ll get arrested…and, in that case, you’ll have to bring bail money! We’re good for it, promise!)
      Big virtual hugs right back!

      • Oh the quirkiness never stops. We will bring the bail money :-)

        And I agree: questioning yourself is one of the most important life skills, and one that I ignored for a long time, but hopefully it wasn’t too long, and I am not too late. I definitely don’t feel that way, and I know life is getting better and better every day.

        Enjoy your new adventures, and all of these lovely comments go to show how much of a positive effect you have on people.
        Mark Adam Douglass (Minimalist Couple) recently posted..The Power Of Sharing Your StoryMy Profile

  16. You’ve all assisted in my complete transformation from human to squirrel or perhaps a squirrel/pirate hybrid. Hope Tammy likes it since it seems permanent.

    Really, you’ve all made blogging such fun. Thank you all for joining in the bacchanal which shall never be done. Your words, most of which I read from your own blogs, and commentary gave Tammy and I many laughs and fodder for more serious talk.

    Thank you and love beams will zap you from each and every squirrel you ever see through our tender hearts and thoughts.

  17. My first, no-filters reaction is : “OhNoes!! Now what am I going to do for spontaneous giggles in my in-box (with tidbits of life-lessons hidden inside)?? I’ll miss them and their squirrel-walk-reports soooo muchhhh! (Whimper… tears, even!)” (All-about-me hat off, now)

    Good for you guys, recognizing that when things change, lots and lots of other things change, too.
    And delighted for your joy in this new space, and your new freedom from the weight of home-ownership!

    Bright Blessings, y’all, and have a Great Life ~

    • Karen J!! You always bring a smile to my face. Thank you for keeping things lively and light and always sharing your thoughts.

      I, too, will miss this space and everyone who has wandered through it. What I do know is that I am sooooo much better for meeting everyone and sharing this time with you all!

      I love your sense of humor and wonder, Karen J! Capital “D” for Delightful!

  18. I feel very moved reading this! Just wanted to say I’ve enjoyed reading your wonderful posts and I’ll miss them! But I’m wishing you both lots of happiness and joy as you move on into another exciting part of your lives. :) All the very best, Hayley
    Hayley @ A Disease Called Debt recently posted..The emotional stages of debt: DenialMy Profile

    • Hayley!! And we have enjoyed “meeting” you as well! We have all learned so much from each other.

      Keep rocking on at A Disease Called Debt! Much happiness to you!

  19. Dang, just when things were starting to get interesting!!
    Pretired Nick recently posted..The latest on my quest to reduce my cell phone billMy Profile

    • Nick!! Things are always interesting, and we know for sure that you are interesting.

      We love your writing style and appreciate you covering topics that many are not willing or able to. Keep it going until you don’t want to!

      We hope you have enjoyed some time here now and again. We have sure enjoyed having you!

  20. I just wanted to say that it was a comment from CJ that totally inspired the changes I made to my blog recently. I don’t know if you remember my post “How Do You Fit it In?” where I was wondering where to go with my writing, whether it had some deeper meaning, yada yada yada. I reread the comments on that post recently, while taking a break and deciding what to do. Dan (not sure if he’s abandoned all of us in the blogging world too…) said to go wherever the muse takes me, and CJ said that he blogs because it’s fun.

    So, we’ll write about fun stuff. Until we’re sick of it. Then we’ll go sail over the horizon or something like that.

    P.S. Thanks for sharing your story!
    Bethany @ Our Journey to Ithaca recently posted..Cha-cha-cha-changes!My Profile

    • Bethany!! Yes, blogging for the fun of it – woohoo! Truth be told, many of the changes I made to my life came by way of his comments. So glad to hear you and Rob are going to enjoy writing on Journey to Ithaca together.

      Love this line: …sail over the horizon or something like that. Beautiful.

  21. Since I’ve been concentrating on walking my own wild path these last weeks and months I am sorrowfully late to your going-away party! Your voices will be missed here in cyberspace but I hope it frees you to laugh loud and discuss quietly in real life. You are inspirations for your wonderful individuality and compatibility, and just hope that you check in every once in a blue moon to let us know how you are. Enjoy enjoy enjoy!

    • Jo!! Thank you so much! We love your voice and hearing of your adventures, and walking a wild path sounds especially inviting.

      I hope you’re brewing up all kinds of fun. Careful with those weighted walk-a-thons, you brave girl!

  22. What?! You STILL haven’t reconsidered this decision?! ;)
    (Just letting you know that you are missed, remembered fondly, and wished continued joyfulness.)
    Joy @ Joyfully Green recently posted..Monday Snapshot: We Interrupt This Weather Forecast…My Profile

    • Joy!! This is a lovely surprise! We are still not blogging but are doing great – enjoying the new “tiny house” (H-town version) and life in general.

      I hope your photography class is off to a great start! XO

  23. Guys, you are totally right… talking to squirrels is so much more fun. I’ve reached that point of life when working in any shape or form, doesn’t seem that appealing anymore. Going to live in a Yurt, picking blueberries with the girlfriend, spending 8 hours a day staring aimlessly at the sea, reading Dickens on a comfy leather couch in front of an open fire in the local pub, and living totally internet free seems far more attractive. Life, as you say is just too short for staring at a screen! Looked at my site for the first time in months… probably be a few more months before I look at it again :-) But reminded me of you so thought I’d see what was going on with the Jolly Hoombah. Glad to hear life is good and you’re having fun. Hope you keep the site up though… and maybe write when the whim takes you. That’s all I’m going to do. Happy Valentine’s Day!!

    • Gareth!! What fun to have you here again, and we are both so happy to know that you are still feeling very much the same! How very embarrassing that I had to look up Yurt, but now I am quite sure I would like to live in one. ;)

      I love the Dickens’ reading scene you created.

      It’s been a delightful start to the year because we haven’t any pressing plans!

      The site will stay, and I’m not sure what will happen. As you know, I have a tendency to fret and plan. Since the sale of our townhome, CJ has taken notice of my calm. I think it’s mainly due to less screen time, more unplanned time (which I know you’re in favor of!), and just living and looking about. I plan on more of the same.

      My thoughts are that we shall all meet up in a pub one of these days!

      Best to you! So good to hear from you.

      • TeeHee! “…had to look up Yurt” – I did that years ago. Now I own one!
        Only for camping, though, not for full-time living. It’s got a single layer of canvas for the skin, so it would get way too chilly up here in Chicagoland. With proper insulation, it would be a delight, though.
        I love camping in mine – and the parts all fit in my Jetta (at the same time!)
        I’m really happy to see you’re going to leave the site up – it *is* fun to dip into occasionally!

        Hope you’ve had a delightful “together” Val’s Day!
        Karen J recently posted..Inner Voices, take one ~My Profile

        • Karen!! You are always full of surprises. You have a Yurt? I love it! I really am not a fan of camping, but – if a Yurt is a comfortable way to travel – who knows? I have been known to try a few things in my time…

          Valentine’s is my least favorite holiday – all the commercialism and consumerism, but my guy knows that and didn’t buy me one thing. So, I guess you could say it was perfecto! Hope yours was too!

      • Glad to have introduced you to a new word Tammy… your posts equally forced me to embarrassingly look up many :-) We will most definitely meet up one of these days… out of contact for the time being maybe, but you and CJ’s comments on my site touched me… I’m glad someone read it. :-) so the connection will forever remain :-) The relief of not staring at a screen waiting to be hit by profound words of wisdom to share with the rest of humankind is, like you say Tammy, calming. Hope you manage to post whimsically from time to time – with no pressure or expectation (as you know another tenet of mine) but most of all, glad to know that the both of you are happy and content and enjoying life and each other. Hopefully we’ll share darts and beers one day, hopefully not to far in the distant future :-)

  24. TeeHee! (I love to surprise people with bits of my life!)

    Actually, what I own is a “Ger” – the word the nomadic Mongols use for their common, moveable steppe-shelters. “Yurt” is the Russian (i.e. invader/oppressor) word for “hovel” or “shack”- and since the context I learned about them in is as part of a fraternity who model ourselves after Ghengis Khan’s Mongol society, when we learned that little fact, the word-usage changed pretty quickly.

    Here’s the link to my Brother Todric’s site: He’s no longer in the ger-building business, but the resources linked through Singing Horse are still amazing. Please also be patient with the “antique” website tech!
    He made my 14-footer well over 10 years ago. (OMG! Looking closely at the dates, it’s more like “close to 20 years old”! – Ackkk! What does that say about *ME*??? Don’t wannt think about it a-tall!)
    Karen J recently posted..Inner Voices, take one ~My Profile

  25. Ow wow, you guys cracked me up with all the squirrel talking and Taco Bell fun. Nothing lasts forever and it’s much better to go out before you burn out.

    Best of luck on whatever life brings next. I’ll raise a high-octane IPA this weekend in honor of the Hoombahs. Cheers!
    Mr. 1500 recently posted..Thursday Rant: Wind Chill WhinersMy Profile

    • Hello Mr. 1500! So good to hear from you! We were out at coffee this morning and saw a man with his wife and two daughters. I said to CJ, “1500, that’s what I picture him like.” The girls were adorable, but of course not as cute as the Wee 1500s!

      And we will hoist one right back at you and the Mrs. And when you hit retirement, we all might just meet up on a trail! We’ve so enjoyed sharing fun with you!

  26. Well, I woke up this morning and thought, where are the Hoombies!? I feel like I haven’t seen them in forevs!

    So I came over to find this beautiful and eloquent post about your new chapter.

    I want to express my deepest appreciation for the LOVE and LIGHT and HUMOR you add to the world every day (whether it’s online or at home).

    You both have been an inspiration to me and our electronic friendship has been such a blessing. I am excited about whatever your new chapter brings and SO PROUD to say that your interview on my blog is STILL one of the most popular posts that continues to inspire readers every day.

    Blessings on your journey & hoombalicious hugs!
    Maggie Reyes recently posted..Happy Wives Club Book Author Fawn Weaver: Interview + Book Giveaway!My Profile

    • Maggie!! We love hearing from you and to think that we were a thought on anyone’s mind when they first wake up is a big deal to us.

      While we didn’t plan to “disappear” online, it was a decision we both came to quite separately yet together. If anyone understands the inner-workings of marriage, it is you. It just came about as a natural next step. Anyone who blogs knows what a commitment it is, and neither CJ nor I like to do anything half-hearted.

      The best part about the whole process was meeting people like you and everyone else who happened by and sharing our stories. One of the things that I remember most from your blog, besides all the love and warm feelings, was the time you wrote about your trip to Nicaragua with Hubs. You had taken time to be by yourself on your vacation, and I will never forget it (did you lay in a hammock or is that just my memory’s version of it?). There was something so powerful in the way you told it – and I felt like I hadn’t spent much of my time alone or just slowing down to ponder what I want to be doing instead of plodding merrily on with being busy.

      Just this past week I spent four consecutive days writing in a gazebo near our apartment. Squirrels wandered by (yes, it’s true!) and peeked up at me, and I felt as if I’d meditated for 30 minutes instead of stringing words together. In four days, I found that writing is like meditation (or medication, take your pick!). For now, I’m just keeping it private and exploring other genres than a blog post, but who knows? That is the fun of it. I don’t know where it will take me! Isn’t life grand like that?!

      So please give Hubs a big hug for us, and tell him to give you one back from us. You always make us smile!

      Thank you for taking the time to come and share your thoughts. XO!

  27. Side note.. I like the name of your site. Its seems to really match your writing voice. A little “nutty” but memorable.

    Good stuff :)
    Rob McNelis recently posted..No Yelling: 7 Awesome SEO tactics and how to start a contracting business (short interview)My Profile

    • Rob!! Hello! Your comment made our day and made us laugh. We are definitely ‘nutty’ and, as far as memorable goes…depends on who you ask! ;)

      The Great Jollyhoombah is in each of us. May all your Jollyhoombahs be great!

  28. Late to the party, as usual. I’ve slipped out of online life lately. But I was finally going through my reader today and saw this post. Your quirky, squirrelly presence will certainly be missed, but I understand. Love the way you put it: living The Great Jollyhoombah instead of writing about it :) Only the best to you both!
    Erin recently posted..Exploring Space: To Take Up Space, You Must Be SeenMy Profile

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

CommentLuv badge