~.~ the little engine that could ~.~

After months of searching, talking, scouring the Internet, emailing, talking, sending resumes, talking, following-up, keeping track of things, researching, note taking, talking, and searching…

I FOUND A JOB!

We’re working out specifics, but I am on board with my new company…we’re working out details for the 3-month job assignment.  In three weeks, they’re sending me to Denton, Maryland – on the eastern shore, not too far from the Atlantic ocean.  I will either be living in Delaware or Maryland – we’re not sure yet.

My house in Missouri is still on the market, but if it doesn’t sell in the next few months, we’ll put it back on in the springtime!  It’s just a matter of finding the right buyer.  And the housing market here is pretty slow…as I’m sure it is in many other places too.

Things are starting to kick into high gear.  It’s going to happen very quickly.
I’m getting into List-Making-Mode… and need to find some sort of car storage to help me bring the things I need – or possibly I could mail myself some things… need to decide on an apartment, then I’ll know what needs to be packed…LISTS!

In other news, VIV (very important visitors) will arrive next week.  My parents are coming for a few days, which will be such a blessing.  I’m trying to get a lot of To Do list tasks accomplished before they arrive…so then we’ll be able to play!

Oh!  and I need to remember how to add photos on here… so I can keep you posted with visuals as this Blank Canvas Project unfolds :)

9 thoughts on “~.~ the little engine that could ~.~

  1. Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah!

    What a joy and delight to read. So very happy for you. My prayers and warmest wishes for the job, the arrival of the VIVs :), and the list making.

    [and thanks for the maps for those of us from foreign lands :D ]

  2. thank you, all of you! and I will keep you posted as things unfold… I appreciate your encouragement & support…and thanks for sharing this brush stroke in the Blank Canvas Project :)

    and I’m glad you liked the maps, Ian! (they’re helpful to me, too)

    :D

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