Our poor car was so loaded down.
That doesn’t mean that I am changing my name by any means, you can take the girl out of Texas but can’t take the Texas out of her. As our military life is taking us on the this new adventure, we have had some trials so far. Like 3 weeks of no furniture.
I have to give the boys all kind of credit, they have been taking all the changes with stride. FootFoot did amazing on the ride which surprised me, she isn’t the best at riding in the car.
We got our house all set up and I am really liking the layout. Who would like to see the finished product through a photo tour?
I feel as if time is stuck. I know in my mind that nearly three weeks have past, can someone tell my heart. Ollie has stopped going to the door asking to go get Daddy. I talk to him and Ian about where Daddy is and that he loves us very much. Ian asks what he is doing, he loves the letters that Casey sends him. Talking of letters, I always knew Casey loves me but the way he writes makes me swoon. A friend read the most recent letter and she said, “He loves you more then even you know.”
Now back here basketball for Ian is a challenge, I sometimes wonder if he understands the game. He doesn’t seem to enjoy it as well as soccer. On the school front he is doing so well.
Ollie is just chatting up a storm and he is just becoming his own little person more and more everyday.
I on the other hand feel lost. I don’t know what to do somedays. I never knew how hard this would be. I feel like I am missing part of me.