Sunday, April 19, 2009

4 weeks of school left!

This is going to be a long, eventful summer. We are moving to Portland, OR. The school district that we are moving into doesn't start until after Labor day. That is going to be so weird! I've always been in school a few weeks if not a month before Labor day.

We are headed back to Boise in a month, then we will start getting our things ready for Hillsboro, the suburb that we're moving to. I am going to take all of my teacher things with me this time. I wasn't able to bring it all down here with me, because we didn't have that much room. I had to fit all of my teacher materials into my Beetle Bug, and that isn't that big of car. :)

Background: I live in Meridian, Idaho. My husband is in Holland for a year learning a new machine that his company is making. That way when it is over here, he can service it. So since I'm getting my Master's and have two young girls, we moved down here to Phoenix to live with my parents while my husband is away. My 2nd grader requires a lot of help with her reading too, so I really needed the extra help. As soon as school is over, we're headed home to Boise, Idaho. Then we'll pack up a bit, not everything, and get ready for our move to Portland, or Hillsboro to be more specific. We can't sell our house because it is worth so much less than when we bought it. So we'll be living in an apartment for a while. That is my life in a nutshell right now. Oh, I'm getting my Master's in Reading. :)

3 comments:

Katie said...

What a whirl wind you are in right now. Too crazy. I'm thinking if God doesn't give us more than we can handle than you are one strong person, stronger than you think. :)
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Angela said...

Glad to see you posting regularly! I haven't commented in awhile, but I do subscribe to your blog and read everything you post.

Your life is definitely in an upheaval right now. I'm proud of you for staying strong and focused on what God is doing. He has a plan, and it's exceedingly, abundantly above all that you could ask, think, or imagine! :-)

CandyandLadybugs said...

Thanks Angela. Your blog got me inspired. I wanted to do inspiring blogs like yours, but have discovered I don't have a talent for it. Not quite yet anyway. Maybe when I'm not so crazy with my Master's degree. I never thought it would be so hard to get! Whew! Then again, my husband barely traveled before I started working on it either.