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 being unrealistic. We are considering finding a rent house but sure don’t want to move twice. We drive around everyday trying to find our “hood”. The trees are beautiful here and finding plenty of good food 😊
The Catch has best Fish Tacos ever
Favorite time of year
Fall is my favorite time of year with pumpkin scented….well everything and obsessed with pumpkins on the porch, fall decor scattered throughout my house. Everyday that goes by with no contract means that much longer until we move in. Then I start to feel guilty for not focusing on our blessings. This is just a “comma” in our life between two homes. Keith and I are each other’s home. We will find the right place for us in this stage of life and once settled it will be “our perfect”.
Brought a few things to spruce up our suite with Fall decor.
Best friend Wherever I Go
I’ve shared in many post; but am so adamant to share that your spouse must be one of your best friends. It’s so healthy to have other friends but when your spouse is your best friend, it is your spouse that you will be “walking” through every phase of life with; then you have each other to hold one another up.
We Are Ready
I think we are about ready to choose a home and so blessed that we are able to have our own home and so excited to be so much closer to our family. We drove to North Texas for two of our sweet girls’ birthday parties yesterday. This is the best part of our new location. Family first!! Penny’s Playtown is such a cute venue for birthday parties where kids can use imagination and play.
I love to run and run to stay healthy. After cancer, I started running more and run a half marathon every year. My philosophy is “It is me vs. me.” I try to avoid getting caught up on how fast my time is, but do wish I was faster. Most importantly, just thankful I am healthy.