For the time of busy Christmas has come! After a week in Charlotte, where we began our month long holiday, we've been part of a friend's big wedding, Elizabeth's great college-graduation party, three late night dinner parties at the Trent House, and in between, picking out a house in a whole new city we've never been to before! It's all good stuff, but -wow-what a change of pace for two elderly young ones whose normal bedtime is 9:30pm.
So, we'll be off to absorb all this funness and visiting to the seclusion of the mountains for the night of our Two Year Anniversary (woohoo!). We'll wake up the next day on the other side of the mountains, after we make our way into Tennessee for Christmas at High Meadow Farm. Merry Christmas, ahoy!
Tuesday, December 5
It is that time of year again...and for our household the Christmas season has become synonomous with moving. Not that moving is bad, in fact we both feel that moving is a great adventure that presents all kinds of new opportunities.
However, the new opportunities do not outshine the opportunities and the friends that were had and made in the old place. There never fails to be a feeling of sadness and loss with a move, no matter how excited you are about where you are going.
May our prayer be that God would bless and keep, protect and enable, and guide and direct, just as He always has, just as He always will.
Posted by Kermit and Elektra at 19:46