This painting has nothing to do with this blog post. But I like it. I like Jermy Miranda’s work. It’s dreamy.
In the upcoming weeks my posting will be more irregular with the impending move. Bear with me here.
Decisions were made last week.
A couple days ago I was offered a job as a part-time youth librarian in Kansas. An incredible opportunity that I’m *really* excited about. Not only will it allow us a small extra income while Will is in school, but it’s a job I’ve always wanted to persue. The decision was made that I would accept the job and we would all move to Kansas at the end of May.
Which leads us to decisions that still need to be made.
We have to be out of our house in the middle of May but can’t move into our new house until August. Where do we live in the interim? How are we going to move down there? Who…? What..? Where.? When? How?! It’s a process.
“My basic principle is that you don’t make decisions because they are easy; you don’t make them because they are cheap; you don’t make them because they’re popular; you make them because they’re right.” -Theodore Hesburgh