We found a house and are pretty much moving right away
SO today we are listening to Christmas music and packing instead of decorating.
Good bye house we SO loved living in you
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There's always laundry, dishes, and homework to do
bellies to feed, callings to serve in, and faces to kiss.
It's a good life.
I'm so "nervocited" for our upcoming adventures.
When this school year comes to a close
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I'm not sure whether to call it homeschooling or roam schooling
since it will enable us to travel as a whole family,
I'm excited for the opportunities my children will be able to have.
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We'll be staying mostly in Belgium
but will be taking fun day/weekend/week long trips
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It's so crazy to think this'll be the first time I've left the continental US and
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Man I LOVE a good "before and after" don't you?
Here's a few I've had over the last year...
Just this week
Our yard is on a major slope
AFTER: we've got SO much more room to play!
hopefully our grass will fill in soon!
BEFORE: big brother's tee
AFTER: little sister's dress
BEFORE: old shipping pallet
AFTER: rustic entry way table
And this one I'm SUPER proud of
BEFORE: messy cluttered horrible entryway closet
yep I built that -are you as surprised and impressed as I am??
Thank goodness for a very handy sis and bro-in-law who came to my rescue via FaceTime
Love those Williams's!!
some people have said the pic made it look smaller than it was so here's the
"real-life" application to give you an idea :)
I SO love that there's not shoes, jackets and backpacks all over the floor!
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