What a weekend we had! It was a whirlwind of activity, but absolutely amazing. Thursday night Caleb, his sister Micah, and I drove to Chattanooga to do some house hunting (details to come!!), Saturday we returned to Muncie for a cookout, and Sunday we drove to Caleb's parent's house for another cookout before spending time with his parent, my mom, and her fiance on Monday! Phew!
We find ourselves trying to fit in everything that we possibly can because there are so many people that we are going to miss and be unable to see as often once we move to Tennessee. We have a wonderful group of friends in Muncie that I will be sad to leave behind... not to mention the fact that we will be further away from family and friends that we have had for years.
Saturday, our friends Art and Alice threw us a going away cookout. They definitely know how to have a good time and it was just what we needed after our quick trip to Chattanooga to look at houses.
Art grilled out and Alice had some amazing potato salad and side dishes to complete our meal.
Their condo sits on a lake where Art and Liz fished. The scenery was beautiful and relaxing.
This is Liz. Such a funny girl! Love her.
Check out my new hat! A going away present from Art and Alice. Perfect for moving to the South!!! My only regret is that I didn't get a photo of the whole group... Thanks to everyone who came and made it a special night. We will certainly miss you all (and can't wait for visitors...)!!!
Something that I am beginning to learn is that there are amazing people everywhere. Sometimes I think that moving often stinks, but I am beginning to accumulate a whole collection of friends from all over. Friends that compost, friends that have been on great adventures like living in NYC, friends who love the same shows as me and understand my love of blogs and fancy things, friends that love travel who are caring and help kids. I have friends who love wine like me, who went to college with me, who are 22 and 66. I have friends that I have absolutely nothing in common with, but love more than anything. Its a nice thought to know that you all are out there and that saying goodbye isn't the end of a friendship, but that you are all part of my journey.