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Category: Home Sweet Home

Vagabonds

  Vagabonds We closed on our San Antonio home today and are now officially homeless. I have moments of panic of what will come next. We extended our reservation at the extended stay hotel for four more weeks and pray we can find a home soon. pic: Beautiful East Texas trees. Gods Promises The cross pictured at top of this post was given to me by a dear friend when I was diagnosed the first time. She was on vacation in Colorado when Keith called her to let her know I had cancer. She immediately took a walk down by…

Ready for Home Sweet Home

Life Change We are in limbo in a new town trying to find a home while living in a tiny corporate suite/hotel. I was so excited for this part and instead it has become a stressful task. Every house we see has things I love and things I don’t. I feel like I am on an episode of fixer upper without Chip and Joanna to make it perfect. Today was our 6th time out with our realtor and still nothing we are ready to pull the trigger on. Starting to wonder if I’m overthinking or…

🌅Sunrise to Sunset to Sunrise…🌅

📷:⬆️bluebonnet in San Antonio Sunrise in Texas We moved to Texas in 1985 before out first daughter, Rachel was born. We struggled along finding our way to make a living. Some couples do things the “right way”. They finish college, save money, get married, buy a house, have children and live happily ever after. We on the contrary met, fell in love, got married, and fought for every milestone along the way. I realize how much more we appreciated everything back then. When we bought our first washing machine we both watched the spin cycle so proud and…

🖤Be Our Guest🖤

  We moved away from family in 2012 and it tore a little piece of my heart. Our oldest granddaughter, Audree was 9 months old at the time and four more sweet granddaughters have been born all stair stepped in age since. (Audree 6, Hallee 4, Ruth 3, Ivy 2, and Hazel 1) I love their visits and count the days in between. We have also enjoyed hosting many other family and friends in our home. I must say one advantage of being away is that the visits are so much more intimate with 24/7 togetherness with our guests…