I really thought I had gotten into the swing of things since moving 10 days ago. It feels like a lifetime since we've been here, because the days fly by as Adam and I work hard to make our house a home. I'll think something is done and then realize, why the hell did I put the paper plates and holders on the top shelf of the "not used everyday" cabinet?
I had been blogging everyday before the move, and yeah, I understood I would be busy after moving, but day-um Gina, it's been a whirlwind. I really feel for the military families that move every few years, and am very thankful this is our first move after almost 13 years.
That said, I miss my friends, but I don't miss Fort Benning and Columbus. I love my new house. It's cute. It's fun. And we're making great progress. I posted pictures of it on Facebook, and already realized the master bedroom looks nothing like it did a few days ago when I took the picture. Yellow walls? Gone. They were just too sunny for my pessimistic personality. New bedding? Check. Thank you, Wally World, for actually having really nice bedding (Better Homes & Garden) for a good price. Adam is currently putting up crown molding, and I'm really hoping it turns out okay, since he's been at it for hours now.
Addison is liking school and I'm liking the uniforms. I washed and ironed all of his clothes (blue or khaki pants, blue or white collared shirts) and hung them in his closet for the week.
That's it for now. More cleaning and organizing beckons me. Not really, but if I wrote everything we've done in the last week you would have stopped reading about two paragraphs in.