The more things change, the more they stay the same…
What the heck that does mean anyway?!!
Here’s what I know: as long as we have each other, we will be okay regardless of what changes we face. Not to get all sappy on you!
Although, I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous, anxious, and sad too.
Omaha is my home.
My family is here. Many of our friends are here. I feel plugged-in at work and the community.
I’m starting over in Champaign, Illinois, and I’m scared.
But, I will suck it up. It’s a fantastic opportunity for Spencer and for our family, and we have so many things to be thankful for.
I mentioned we took a brief trip to Champaign, Illinois to house hunt. By the way, we sold our home in Omaha! Phew!
Jada did pretty well during the drive, but I was in the back with her for most it reading & entertaining. So, visiting the hotel pool was well deserved when we arrived!
Usually it’s daddy that really wants to play in the water!
We even got to visit Spencer’s office, and Jada worked right along side daddy.
She’s a big fans of these cups. Something so simple, right?
Well, we saw a few houses and loved one, but the process has stalled a bit. So, it looks like we may rent for a while. Still uncertain. Ugh.
Change Can Be Good
We have almost, almost been in our house for 2 years. During that time, we became parents. I can’t think of a bigger change than that!
The picture below on the left is from two years ago, just before I was pregnant with Jada. And, the picture on the right is two years later (about 13 months after having Jada).
I feel like I am just as (if not more) fit after having a baby. So, I guess change can be good! I’ll try to remember that.
Do you deal with change well? How do you adapt?