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Ted

I am so happy for you: for the change, for the new life adventures on the other side of the continent, and for you and David together.

I'll miss seeing you at Rhinebeck this year, though... ::sniff::

Mel

That is just sweet and wonderful and Very Excellent News. Does this mean, though, that we won't be seeing you at Rhinebeck this year?

brendajos

awww i am so happy for you! I may have even cried a little. My friend Blase just moved across country to be with the man of his dreams too. Something is in the air :) be deliriously happy Pauly!

Devorah

Oh! That is wonderful! I wish you the best of luck in everything!!!

Saffron

Congratulations! :)

knitnana

Many congrats - and the best wishes for a happy future!!!
(((hugs)))

Sara

You know I am most thrilled for you...and am happy for your happiness! You will be missed on this side of the world - but Oregon is nice...and being with the person you love will make it even better!

Janet

What a sweet romantic story! Bravo :-)

Hey...is that a shiba inu I spy?

David

Grinning ear to ear and counting down the days!

tristanrobin

I am so so so so so happy for you!!!

... and I want pics of the new home - the new COUPLE - etc.!!!!

QueerJoe

You two are the best...it is so wonderful to have watched this progress and turn into something so beautiful.

Does the mean you'll be going to the West Coast Men's Knitting Retreat in Seattle?

Just askin'

J.P.

How awesome! I am so happy for you!

Angie

Congratulations on the new adventure and love. You deserve it, you both do!

sandy

Wow! I have tears in my eyes at your wonderful sotry! Congrats! Enjoy every minute of your life adventure! (All the way across the country! WOW!)
:)
xo

WanderingCyberspace

"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do that the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." --Mark Twain

As someone who just hit the one year mark of making a cross-country life change I'm here to tell you Pauly that life is amazingly wonderful to those who take a chance and let go and love life.

I am very happy for you and David, and wish you many years of adventures and happiness. Sending a big hug your way. You are at least on my side of the US now, maybe one day our paths will cross and I can deliver the hug and well wishes in person. You are one very special person, and you deserve nothing less than the happiness that has come your way.

Ruth

So very happy for you. I hope the move goes smoothly and that you are wonderfully happy in your new life - both professionally and personally.

It takes a tremendous amount of courage to leave teaching rather than just marking time once you begin to lose that joy of it and I admire you tremendously for that.

Please keep us posted on what you are up to.

Norma

Congratulations, mazel tov, and all the rest of it. Bravo for following your heart and the beautiful sunset and all of that. :D

Anne

Even though you know I'm familiar with your story, this précis of your past year just brought a tears of joy to my eyes. Tears~ as I will miss you and joy ~ because I have a grasp of the happiness you are feeling. This is an amazing love story. Just amazing and wonderful and......well, I don't have to tell you!

Tom

This is fabulous news! Best wishes to your new life!!!

There seems to be a lot of moving to the West Coast lately . . . hmmm . . . maybe there's someone on the West Coast that needs to move to the East Coast . . . you know, just to keep things balanced . . . (and make an East Coast bear happy) . . . just sayin' . . . .

Zoe

Congratulations and thank you for sharing your lovely romantic story. Flowers at the station - how nice. Good luck and very best wishes from sunny (at the moment!) England.

Zoe x

Duffy

Moving to Oregon, eh? Think you'll be here in time for Oregon Flock and Fiber in Canby the last weekend of September? It's only an hour's drive.

If he hasn't already told you there's a wonderful fiber community here in Portland. One group is the PDX Knitbloggers; another is Portland Spinnerati. They're both Yahoo groups so check 'em out. Both groups are GLBT friendly.

Many good wishes on your new adventure!

WonderMike

How completely and utterly charming. I'm getting all teary over here. Can't wait to congratulate both in person!!!

<3

jessie

I have GOT to stop skipping my blog reading!

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! This is the most romantic story I just about started bawling when I read it.

Best in the future. You better keep updating...

Trudy

I just bumped onto your blog and LOVE IT!!!!

Laura

What a lovely story!! I know you were a wonderful caring teacher - I read those stories too! I hope your infrequent blog updates means you're crazy happy on the west coast!? Take care and keep posting. :)

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