Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Swirling, Swirling, Swirling

All the things in my head.  The big, the small.  The things for the kids, things for the dog, the cat, the stuff.  All the STUFF.


Today the moving company called.  We called them back.  I called a preschool in Kansas.  They are mailing stuff back.  I called our doctor here in Norfolk because I don't want to push appointments off to the unknown of Kansas.  I got an appointment.  But I need to make another one because there is just so much to do.


Johnny leaves for Key West for a few weeks tomorrow because, ya know, that is just where aviators go to "train".  Ahem.  Training while Fantasy Fest is going on.  Oh, shucks, what a coinkydink.  You know it is serious business when your husband packs a pirate costume amongst his flight suits.  But I digress... 

P.S.  Key West, "A-Conch-Alypse"?  That was the best you could do?

Swirling, swirling, swirling.  I never thought I'd say it, but I can't wait to get to Kansas. 


Courtney said...

You're going to love Kansas!

Ps. Love the new pics :)

Melissa said...

I can TOTALLY wait for you to go to Kansas!

Karen said...

What treat are you going to receive for not going to Key West? :)

Jill said...

Karen, I'm going easy on him and asking for these sandals in red and blue: I looove my white ones and they are hand made in Key West :).

Angie said...

Those trips to Key West are so much fun. My husband did a cross country there for a weekend a few months ago. I was pretty envious!

I hope everything comes together for the move!

Jen said...

I tagged along to a TDY Jason had in Key West when we were dating. Back when I thought "this military thing isn't so hard, what are they talking about?!"
ha ha.

I think you guys really are going to like the midwest. And I am not just saying that. Sure, it will be an adjustment, but after the stress of moving with the little ones is gone, you will thrive, I am certain.

{Simply Cozy Nest} said...

So glad the process is moving along. Sure that you'll enjoy that first night in Kansas, when things are settled and you can take a big, deep breath. Mine flies twice a month there, to return Reservist crew members. He really loves it there, when he can wrangle some guys to go fishing. Hope that you get an R&R day when he returns.

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Hi, I'm Jill!
Extrovert. Mom of two. Wife of a cute Naval Aviator. Lover of wine. When I'm not chasing my two kids around town you will find me writing, taking too many photos, and researching the ten future areas the Navy could potentially (but probably won't) PCS us. We are fish out of water, landlocked at 7,000 feet. For now.

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