On a crazy hot day, we took the kids to the Taste of CU. It was fun for about an hour but the heat got the most of all of us, especially Sophie, who cannot tolerate extremes in temperatures very well. Still, I'm glad we went.
One last Girls' Night Out was a must. The next morning at Zumba, I do believe my sweat had an alcohol content. Uggh. That's the price for partying like a rock star.
We said good bye over and over. It never got any easier. Thanks for everything Pastor Donna!
Listen, I don't know how you prepare for a cross-country move, but in my house there are drinks to be had and bad eating habits are a comfort. I just wish those extra 15 freaking pounds on my butt hadn't moved with me. Can we all say, "stress eating?" Operation lose the moving weight has begun.
Just before we moved the last time, a beautiful rainbow appeared in the sky above our house. The same thing happened again days before we pulled up stakes. We believe it was a sign telling us that we are on the right path and everything will work out just as it is supposed to.
I had to snap a few pictures of the flowers in our front yard that I just love and will miss.
Before the big trip we all headed to the drive in for Toy Story 3. As always, the drive-in experience didn't disappoint.
On the road at long last. Two big trucks filled to the breaking point with all our junk plus two regular vehicles. Our family, plus our 2 cats, Mark's parents and little brother made up our caravan to our new lives. We stopped for the night in Wheeling, WV.
Hello Eastern Time Zone!