Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Into the Unknown

A little less than a week left for us here in beautiful Nashville, Tennessee.  This decision wasn't easy, but we made it.  People are often faced with difficult choices to make, but it is just part of life.  So, we are moving to Houston.  Am I excited about the move?  Yes.  Am I scared? Absolutely!  When I seemed to have found the job of my dreams and great new friends, it all had to change yet again.  However, you get used to a lot of changes in your life when you are in the military.  I am looking forward to stability again.  I have missed it.  We are moving to be with our huge family, and it will definitely be worth it!

Still missing my sister-in-law, her husband, and their three kids

On Monday, April 22nd, the Army is coming to PACK and MOVE us.  That's right, pack.  The only thing we need to do is to take pictures of our things to prove they were there if something gets lost during the move.  I am a little uneasy about people I do not know to touch our things, but it is okay, I guess.  We have moved ourselves so many times, that this will be a little break for us.  We will be there during the process and will keep an eye on the movers.  I bet they have seen pretty crazy stuff during all the packing they have done over the years.  I wonder if they are still excited to have a sneak peek into somebody else's life.  Probably not, though. 

Don't want to lose this!

Or these...

But! We get to postpone thinking about our future for a little longer because we are going on a trip of our lives!  My parents living in Germany is truly a blessing, so we are going to see them.  Besides Germany,  Lord willing, we will be visiting a couple of other places in Europe, and I will be posting pictures and write fun stories about our adventures.  That is, if we have some fun stories.  We will start with Greece, as it was the cheapest country to fly into in Europe.  Lufthansa had deals, so Greece it was.  This trip will be a third honeymoon for us (after the Caribbean cruise and Costa Rica trip), and we are very excited about it.  Not a bad transitioning from military to civilian life, right? 

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