Some people are city people. Emmy and Ethan are. They love living right in the middle of the action. Lots of great things are available to you in the city and there's an endless supply of fun things to do and see. Then some people are country people. They get a tad annoyed with traffic and having to put matching clothes on to go to the grocery store. That's us=country. We want to grow stuff and run around barefoot. We want to be bored. Well maybe not bored but we look forward to not having much to do but watching the kids and playing with them. It'll be quite an exciting life :)
Brace yourself for all the excitement.
So here we are-trying to make it happen. Since I'm not a real estate person I'm going on what I hear on TV and assuming that it will take (maybe) years to sell our house. We know the odds are against us and this might not be a good time to move but our realtor thinks it's possible so we're going for it. Aiming to move to a slower-paced place where the kids can run and play and run into people that can help keep tabs on them for me. Ha! No, really, that would be nice.
It's really exciting. We're not very afraid of the process because we kinda just did it three years ago AND we moved while I was 8 months pregnant and worthless as far as helping Sean make any decisions whatsoever. Not to mention how worthless I was to physically help. We have great motivation for this move and the energy to match the enthusiasm. We are relieved and at peace about our decision and hope to survive another move, this time with our three little helpers. Pray now for showings--not that we'll get them but that I'll manage to get things looking nice enough so people won't be scared away! I haven't cleaned out as many closets or cabinets as this in five years. Basically about as long as I've been married.