We do not have a working dishwasher in our house yet,
so the boys are learning how to wash dishes by hand.
Although not as spectacular as the sunrises and sunsets in El Paso,
it is still pretty cool to wake up to this.
And it has trees. Winter trees, but trees nonetheless.
I cannot wait until Spring.
Since this was my parents house and they gave it to us,
there is still a lot of their stuff here.
With her stuff and my stuff, there is two or three of everything.
I am having to decide what to keep and what to donate.
It is taking a lot of time.
My mom has some wonderful antiques.
I adore them and I am keeping as many as I find.
Like this 28 year calendar.
I am still trying to figure out if I can line it up for this year.
These are tiny copper pencil sharpeners.
There are about 10 more, but these are my favorites.
Hurricane lamps? Yes, please.
The boys are loving their new schools.
And they get to ride the bus for the first time.
They say it's an adventure.
I got tired of unpacking my stuff and packing up my moms,
so I took a break and did some decorating on my new bathroom.
I have two more, but I am not sure where they are going to go yet.
So far, I am in love with it. It is so bright and airy.
I can't wait until the rest of my stuff gets here and I can finish it.
Jerry and Trina get here in about 10 days.
Then I think it will feel more like home.
Right now, it still feels temporary.
Also, could I ask for your prayers?
We are starting to look for a home church tomorrow.
I hate church shopping, so I am praying that
God provides our church quickly and painlessly.