Monday, July 16, 2007

Whew!

As Kenny mentioned, we've had a very busy few weeks. Right when we got in the house and were able to start getting settled, it was time to hit the road again. My mind raced the entire time we were gone, trying to figure out what to start on first when we got back.

Well, we're home now, but there is only so much unpacking you can do in a day without getting 'sloppy.' I want things to be put away in a neat order, but by the end of the day, I find myself starting to cram things in closets instead of finding a better home for it. This is when I decide to take a break.

I wanted to take the time to thank everyone who helped so much getting the house ready and of course during the final move as well. My mom was here, and she's a picture-taker, so we have a picture of the group that helped us move. I'm not sure it's the entire group, but it was most of us. (I say us, but really feel like I didn't help much in the heavy lifting department...I'll make up for it after this baby comes.)

People have asked when I'm going to post pictures of the house...we'll not until the rooms are presentable of course. Some are finished, so I may update along the way.





I also feel like I haven't done justice talking about my family's visit. Maybe one of these days when I catch my breath I'll elaborate on how wonderful it was. To sum it up, Avery thoroughly enjoyed her Grammy and Pop, and of course they loved getting to be around her too. My dad worked his head off the entire time trying to get the house ready so we could move in. (Kenny learned quite a bit, and at times could be found under the house or on the roof!) Grammy worked her head off keeping Avery occupied so I could come to the house to work as well. It was a long awaited and much needed visit. Of course when they left, I started to miss them, but a few hours after they were on the road, we left for our trip as well. It was not until last night when I walked into the house and knew they weren't going to be there with us when the sadness hit hard. There are always future trips to look forward to, but I'm afraid they are always too few and far between.

6 comments:

Roxy Wishum said...

Welcome home! Your dad has a great beard and looks like a fun "Pop".

Stacy said...

Wish we could've been there to help AND see your parents too! BUT, we're very glad that on your 'hit-the-road-right-away' trip you were coming to see us. Well, maybe not coming TO see us, but we were so glad to get to see you again! We REALLY miss you being here all the time. We are grateful that you have been blessed with a great group down in your new home.

Sunny said...

So much fun! I love your paint color in the living room. Glad that the move went well for you guys and I am happy that we were able to see you on your visit to Huntsville!

Brooke Shands said...

You mom and dad were great!!!

Lerra said...

I hate that we couldn't help y'all move. I can't tell much about the house from these pics, but what I can see looks great!

Supabloggasuprememama said...

glad everything worked out nicely, and that your parents had a great stay!