Isn't it funny that this is the end-game that we all strive to achieve-- we want to move out, find our life partner, get the job, and then life will go on perfect and happy. And then when this does happen you're left wondering what is left to do. I am VERY happy with the way that everything is unfolding for Skylar and I here in Kansas City. It's just strange to look back and realize that we've hit this big milestone that I've been striving to achieve for so long.
Hello my lovely blog readers! I have left you in the dust for awhile--and I guess that's what happens when your life throws new routines at you left and right. But finally, and I hopefully mean finally, I have established a good daily plan and positive mental state to take on blogging again while working a full time job. So it looks like we have lots of catching up to do!
Skylar and I are finally starting to settle in. I am finding some of my favorite spots to hang out, am feeling comfortable at work, and am making friends along the way. This past weekend we went on a double date with a friend of mine, who I met at work, and her husband. It was a really great time, and I love that we are starting to really feel like ourselves here in Kansas City.
Moving across states is tricky and challenging. There has been a lot of virtual planning, plenty of ups and downs, and tons of changes that have made Skylar and I really have to grow up. We didn't have internet for awhile, so I basically took a break from blogging and didn't stress about trying to keep things updated. But now I have lots to share.
This past week was bitter sweet. Skylar and I got to spend some time with our family over Memorial Day Weekend, but we were also busy packing. Thinking about being an 8 hour drive away from home is very sad, yet we are excited for this next journey. We can't believe this is our last week in Indiana.