Tomorrow we're getting up bright and early to head in to Tyler and pick up the moving truck. Do I hear a hip-hip-hooray?!
I miss my daily blogging, and by no means have I decided to stop just because my 30 days ended, it's just been a lil' bizzy around these parts.
No need to fret. Tomorrow we load Mr. Penske truck and come Friday morning, we're hitting the open road and trekking the 893 miles back home. Yes, home. (Aside: Please refer me to this post come February when I'm tired of dressing up like an Eskimo and hibernating in my house. Also, please remind me that it's no different from hibernating in the air conditioning in summer when it's 113 degrees outside in Texas. Because really...you can add layers when it's cold, but even naked doesn't keep you cool when it's 113!)
Anyhow, I'll try to pick things back up when we get settled in. It'll be a few weeks of transition. We're staying with my grandparents until Jeremy has secured a position in Lafayette. Then, we'll be moving in to our new home-- which will deserve an entire blog post itself. Such a cool God-thing!
If you will, keep those prayers coming for our family. Jeremy has a few upcoming opportunities that we're cautiously optimistic about. It's honestly a beautiful thing to rest in God's perfect peace. We trust Him.
I can't wait to get up there and kiss my kiddos, pinch my nephew's sweet cheeks, schedule play-dates for my two peas, share my heart over coffee with friends, open our home to friends to watch some Colt's football, start a crafty-night with my cousin and some other precious friends, enjoy get-togethers with family...the list goes on and on and on...and it makes my heart overflow with gratitude.
I also can't wait for my niece to make her grand appearance. Little Miss Crosby, we're waiting. ;)
OK, enough rambling for tonight. It's time to get some sleep. Tomorrow is going to be a BIG day.