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"When I was a kid my parents moved a lot - but I always found them."

~ Rodney Dangerfield

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Wow! Have things changed over the past 12 months.

A year ago this month, my bid to represent the 68th district in the Ohio House of Representatives came to an inauspicious end.  Two months later, my mom passed away and, late in the year, we lost our grandson, Gauge. I have to admit that there were times I felt a bit disoriented. I'd ask God what He was up to but, since He is God and I'm not, He wouldn't tell me.

Late in the year, Steph and I began feeling a sense of leading that we should do something more to care for our parents. Her mom and my dad both lived in the Carolinas. At first it was just a casual discussion - what if? As we became more serious about HOW to help our folks, it became clear that it would be easier for us to move than for them to do so.

So...here I sit typing this, at my desk, in my house in Camden, SC. This is Steph's hometown. She grew up here and has an abundance of family here. For me, it's a place I've visited over the years but I'm having to learn to make it my home as well. In fact, both of us are. For my wife, it's been over 30 years since she's made Camden home. Moving from the 15th largest city in the country to, what is not even the 15th largest town in SC, has been a shock...not a bad one, mind you, but a shock nonetheless.

We are now about 5 minutes from Steph's mom and, over the next month or so, my dad will be moving in with us. He will have his own small "wing" of our "estate", consisting of a bedroom, sitting room and full bath. We have an office upstairs, over the garage and while it is small, it works and is comfortable. And...our dogs are LOVING being able to nap in the office every day.

Have we left the Midwest for good?  God only knows. We have certainly left much of our heart there. We mourn the distance from friends and colleagues alike. We'll be going back and forth to Ohio, as need be.

So, what does the next 12 months hold for us? I.Don't.Know!  More to follow...

For Vince and our staff,

Myles Bancroft, APA, ALCM

 

 

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