Is it sad that I think the pretty much the hardest part of this experience is behind us?
Moving is not for the faint of heart, *insert winky face* but seriously, it's hard. Maybe that will be another post.
Proud of Brent, he basically moved his business and our home. Shoutout to Curtis (who was a huge help!!)
Congratulations to my brother Drew and his new wife Lachan, I am confident no one could make polka dancing look as fun and good as you two. Bless you Lachan for taking on a new 12 letter last name. S-I-E-B-E-N-M-O-R-G-E-N.
Brent and I are sitting in a real hip(ster) coffee shop in Nashville, Barista Parlor is way cute, thanks Rachel Cohen for the recommendation. Although I must admit, Brent was peeved to learn they didn't have drip coffee but he turned into a happy camper after sipping his yum pour over and getting his laptop plugged into an outlet by the window.
We are in it ya'll. Looking at one another as we cruise down the highway heading East driving through TN slowly realizing we don't have a home, just have one car, will be in America one more month then will fly abroad and figure it out from there.
The feelings are a salty trail mix of sheer joy, slight fear of the unknown, pieces of confidence because we are seasoned humans, and realistic awareness that there is a BIG difference between 'traveling' and 'vacationing'.
So here's to being travelers for the next 8 months ish. Enjoy photos below. Love-ing this neat mural outside the coffee shop here.