The last several weeks we have been so busy. Non stop seven days a week!
An emotional goodbye to our family home, moving into our travel trailer and trying to make progress on the house build. I’m just wore out thinking about all we have been doing and all still to do.
As I finished packing up the family room, I admired our old fireplace. Then the tears started rolling! So many wonderful memories in front of this fireplace.
Our grown childrens first day of school pictures all those years. Our grandson the same through preschool and kindergarten. Relaxing by the fire with a good book and of course coffee ☕️! Remembering the two weeks spent cramped in our house with a ton of family staying over while the power was out from the ice storm. Everyone definitely enjoyed the fireplace all those days.
I won’t remember my fireplace bare and not glowing but i will remember it warm and inviting…
Now my favorite tree, japanese maple was so small when we moved in. I truly wished we would of been able to take it with us. But it is there for another family to enjoy. Ever changing beautiful leaves through the seasons.
I will always remember the day my husband poured the concrete for our driveway. Our kids placed their little hands to leave their print.
Too large to take with us so it will be a forever photo in our new home. I’ve decided to make small stepping stones with grandbabies prints from now on 🙂
137 Red Oak Drive will always hold a special place in my heart!
A beautiful pond will be my view for the next couple months
I enjoy sipping my coffee watching the thunderstorms roll in out in the country.
Our Summer adventure of full time rv living is our new thing! At least for a little while.
Please excuse the mess, but Cameron is busy making memories #rvlife
At one point this is where we were going to build the new house. But life is always changing and nothing is for certain. So we will continue to be city slickers i guess lol…
In a few months we will be returning to my small hometown. And for that I am grateful and super excited!
And we have doors and windows on the house finally! Yay!!!!
I have been going room to room writing scriptures on the walls. My favorite part so far, knowing that under my sheetrock at the front door is my prayer asking that all those who enter and exit be Blessed… not my idea, found it on Pinterest and might I add it was a brilliant idea. I just love it!
Also a couple days ago we celebrated my Grandpa Normans 93rd Birthday 🎁 We got a 5 Generations photo!!!!
What a special afternoon it was ❤️
I am grateful for where we have lived, where we are now and where we will live…
I am enjoying life, especially now that everything is packed and stored away!!!
When I have an extra moment I will be enjoying what I like to call my new front porch…