Be it ever so humble... there's no place like home... if you can overlook the use of rubbermaid containers as tables... we're starting to shape up around here! I need curtains... and a real table... but for a donated living room, it ain't half bad. It's actually nicer than what we had in the condo, if I do say so myself! The man that donated it is a retired pastor... and he talked to me about how God provides. No doubt! Three weeks ago I had nothing... now look at my cozy little cottage in the mountains! This sweet man gave us a couch, loveseat, recliner, old console tv (that still works!) and the two kitchen chairs... oh, and a tv stand that I put in my bedroom.
You'll notice that I now have some of my favorite pictures on the fridge along with Sarabeth and Jamie's art work. Jim said that the girls wanted to know why I wasn't at their soccer practice last night... he said, "Aunt Heather and Auggie will come to your games but they don't want to see practice". I think it's just awesome that they are aware that we're here and that involved in their lives. It's something I've always dreamed of doing and never thought it would happen.
My sister-in-law Candice's grandmother passed away today and Candice is heading from NYC to Ohio this afternoon. Her Nanny raised her and I know this is going to be difficult for Candice, even though they knew it was coming. I wish I could be there with her to say annoying warm fuzzy things and make her a casserole. Everyone knows casseroles make it all better.
I'm waiting on the man from DISH. Just had to share my pictures!