We are moving back home in less than a month.
My husband it getting out of the Army after 14 years.
Well, not technically. He has re enlisted for the Reserves
for 6 years so he can finish out his retirement.
But, the day to day, active Army life we had lived for years now.
That is over in a month.
We are finally going home.
We are finally going to be around family,
live in the same house for more than 3 years,
and the kids will now get to have a stable school life.
I am very excited about it, but I am also scared to death.
My entire adult life, I have been an Army wife.
It's all I know.
What will I do as a civilian wife?
Will I still make friends as easily?
Should I start my career now?
Will I hate being planted and not
able to move around anymore?
This new adventure has made for some interesting conversations
between me and my husband.
A new job, a new house, a new life.
A new everything.
It's a big adjustment.
"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."
This has always been my life verse.
I will cling to it now more than ever.
In the midst of all the chaos of moving, and planning, and Christmas,
I am still trying for normalcy.
So I am continuing my photography assignments.
This week for You Capture, the assignment was light.
I love taking pictures in different light.