Saturday, November 12, 2011

Molly and Peter

Several amazing things have happened this week.  On Wednesday,  Hubby found out his job here was ending.  That means we move wherever the next job takes us.  So, we're moving!  Most likely next month.

It's crazy how fast the news comes and you work with it.  I'd tell you where we are moving to, but I don't know myself yet.  It's looking like Virginia, but don't quote me on that yet.

So, this weekend, we started cleaning out stuff.  I've got a very large yard sale pile going.  I've been going through boxes, cleaning out stuff we don't need and other joyous tasks of this nature.

Tonight, miracle of miracles, I found a set of photos that I thought I had lost.  Honestly, I haven't seen these photos in six years and was sure they were missing forever.  Hubby will tell you how upset I've been over the years at the loss of these photos.  Tonight, I was searching through a box.  It was probably never unpacked when we moved here three years ago.  (Yeah, I know that's pretty sad to still have unpacked boxes from the last move....)

So, tonight for the first time in six years, I share with you a picture from my visit to Kensington Gardens in London back in 2005 to see the Peter Pan statue.  I was 7 months pregnant with kid #4.

Molly and Peter


Lena Baron said...

Oh Molly, I am so glad you found your photos! I have an idea of how you may feel. I have lost my missionary scripture along the way through our journey and I pray that my story will end like yours with an unpacked box filled with a treasure! And just to let you know you've been in our thoughts and prayers!!!! Keep us posted.

Deb and Barbara said...

You found it!!! Thrilled for you. And excited for your move. Good luck! xo B

Molly said...

Thanks Barbara and Lena! Yes, as we know more about where we are moving to, I'll tell here. It's crazy that we could move in just a few weeks and I don't know where we are going yet. Oh well, one day at a time.

Deb said...

I love this Molly! You look so gorgeous and happy! Little miracles abound right now don't they?

Molly said...

Thank you Deb. You are certainly right about miracles. They are everywhere.