We’re Homeless.. Well ok not really.. but in a sense.. we kinda are. The Army has decided it’s time to leave San Angelo and head east. Georgia to be exact. Right now we are “in-between” homes.. Shacking up at my parents house. And you know I say that kidding. We are en-route to our new duty station in reality.
This is pcs is unlike any we’ve done. Each of the duty stations we’ve been to in some capacity; Fort Bragg, MacDill & Goodfellow we had some kind of history there. Heading to Georgia we are going in blind. And I say that lightly because we have friends that are there already so they are our eyes, until we get there. But still right? It’s a completely new to us location. I should be shaking in my boots..
If you’ve read my blog before you know I like to keep it positive. I’m not a “glass half empty” type gal, I’m glad to have the glass in my hand and it be “half full.” LOL So with this move thanks to a few massages before we left San Angelo, and lots of stretching.. I’m not as stressed as I thought I would be. I mean don’t get me wrong, I’m still worried about the fact we don’t have a house yet and we will be house hunting when we arrive with the boys along with a few other things, but I know it’ll be ok. I’ll have a short list of places to go check out compiled for when we arrive. (BTW I’ll be writing a few posts on tips in the coming weeks.) We will find a place and hopefully get all of our things delivered in perfect condition. Ya’ll say a prayer for my stuff please! 😉 The packers were very good but the movers are always a different story and our stuff is going into storage for a few weeks.. I hope the Ramen box doesn’t get busted into.. -that too will require a post of it’s own.. You’ll get a laugh out of it.
I just wanted to give you a heads up on what’s up with Candy & co. Yes, I’m also taking a bit of a break for the holidays, enjoying being with friends and family. With each of our suit cases and a few totes with some extra stuff we loaded up Dec 23rd and headed east. It was a beautiful drive home to east Texas, but I will definitely miss those beautiful west Texas skies.
Sorry about all of the … moments in this post. I’m kinda nervous and super excited. And I have to admit, it’s not really real to me yet that we won’t be going back to San Angelo. I feel like we still had so much more to do and see there. I’m going to miss all of my friends there so much. Some will be moving and the few that are local I hope to visit again as soon as we can. San Angelo truly became home to us.
New Year, new place & new fun things to share with you all! See it’s gonna be ok 🙂 (It’s therapeutic for me.. gotta stay positive)..