17 Aug Jenna: My last night
School starts on the 24th, so leaving now will give me a chance to get home, moved in and somewhat adjusted to my “other” life. My parents and youngest sister, Callie, will remain here in Jordan, Mont., until the job is finished. If it continues to rain the way it has the past few days, though…who knows when they’ll be home! They’re usually back around the first or second week of September.
It’s hard to believe my 2009 wheat harvest is already over. It feels like we just left home, and here I am getting ready to go back. I guess I’ve kind of been ignoring that fact for the past few days and trying not to think about it. It’s best that way – I tend to get a little sentimental. :]
There will be a special All Aboard section in an upcoming issue of High Plains Journal – sort of a summary and farewell. But I’ll continue posting on the blog for a bit longer about the trip home, how the harvest is going, etc. So, it’s not goodbye completely yet!
Jenna Zeorian can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. All Aboard 2009 Wheat Harvest is sponsored by High Plains Journal and DuPont Crop Protection.