I am moving. Again. I know it seems like we just moved (which we did), but this time I swear it’s not on me. My husband was given a wonderful opportunity to manage an office in Northern California. He just couldn’t pass it up. So here weeeee go!

DSC05425Like most moves, this one is bittersweet. I am exceptionally sad to leave SoCal…my life and my friends here and the beach. Man, do I love the beach. It’s my thinking place. I usually go at least once a day if only to dig my toes in the warm sand or watch the sun melt over the horizon. It’s a sacred place for me and I will surely miss going to “my office” everyday. 

As hard as it is to leave, I am also looking forward to a homecoming of sorts. I haven’t lived north of Santa Barbara since I left for college when I was 18. My entire family and many, many close friends will be there to greet us in our new home. There is something quite comfortable about the familiarity of it all.  

As for work, I will be back at it in no time! I can’t wait to tell you what I’ll be up to and bring you along for the ride. I will also be back down South often, working here and there and of course visiting the beach.

I am embracing this change as a time to close one chapter and start a new one. While I am thankful for my story and what brought me here, I am so ready to keep moving forward and see what’s next. Sometimes you think you’ve got life all planned out and then BOOM! A door closes, another one opens and there you are. It’s often in these times we experience life’s sweetest moments. 

If you’re reading this right now, I really want to say THANK YOU. You may not realize it, but you’ve made an enormous impact in my life and I am extremely grateful. Wishing you light and love. XOXO

 “My sun sets to rise again.” -Robert Browning 



7 Comments to “My Sun is Setting”

  • I want to wish you and your husband good luck in your new adventure. Sometimes change is for the best. We miss you so much here in San Diego but we are willing to share you with others so they can see how great you are. Please don’t forget us and please keep us u to date. Big Big Hug. Larry

  • Wishing you the best of luck on your new adventures Alexis! We miss you here in SD!

  • You are and always will be a special person we knew you in San Diego and you have let in through the good and the bad your in my prayers and may all be wonderful for you and yours always

  • All the best to you and the next chapter! I am anxiously awaiting all that is yet to come and love so much that you share journey with all of us to witness. Looking forward to hearing all about the new home…

  • I wish you the best Alexis. It was sad to see you leave KUSI, and now SoCal, but it is great to see you thrive in happiness. Best of luck in your new adventure. Fly on butterfly, Fly on.

  • You are an inspiration to so many women. You will do great in NorCal and your husband will always remember how wonderful you are for helping him to live his dreams too. Thanks for sharing so much of yourself with us. XO

  • Best wishes to you Alexis! Just saw your post about the new gig, congrats! Then I had to backtrack. I really miss watching you on KUSI in the mornings! Nobody has quite lived up to your spunk & warmth. A great combo!


    Jen in San Diego

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