If you have been reading this blog for a while, you might recall that we had a move planned for mid-June from Georgia to Massachusetts. We are finished with the move, if not with the unpacking. In fact, our moving truck hasn’t arrived yet, but we are settling into our new home in Worcester. Today we plan to visit my new school so my husband and kids can see it. It still hasn’t really sunk in that I moved 1,000 miles away from a place where I have lived since 1989 (with the exception of two short stints in Virginia and North Carolina that lasted three years put together). I know there are things I will miss about Georgia, but summer is not one of them.
We have begun exploring the area. Worcester is kind of a funky little town. I suppose some of that may be down to the influence of the colleges in town. I put together a Pinterest board of places and things to check out in Worcester. I’m sure I’ll feel a little discombobulated by all of it until we settle in. I have moved before, and farther away, too. Just not for a very long time, and not when I was the person responsible for all of it.
Still, I’m excited and am looking forward to the change.
I’m hoping once things settle down that I can pick up my reading schedule again.