I'm feeling the itch

Hubby and I are proceeding with the plan that we will not be in the same place this time next year...and now the itch comes.

It happens most of the time an Army brat gets wind of a move: Disconnect, Disassociate, Disown, and Disengage...pretty much the same action over and over and over.

There are a few things that are making it pretty easy to slip into this pattern right now.

1) A back injury tends to take a lot of time...so, you understandably don't have time for other things. This make isolation easy to achieve.

2) A work environment where you're not really respected leads to the majority of your day being spent in a place you would rather leave...so...that's a pretty easy slip, as well.

These are just things I am feeling today...So, I'm griping. I'll get over it. I know God has a plan...and I am 100% sure that this plan involves a move - I'm glad God is making it easy.


  1. Anonymous6:13 PM

    Try really hard to enjoy the rest of your time in Athens. Fight the urge to withdraw from others. Time is so short and God has so many wonderful things planned for you.

  2. Hey, I feel that all the time. And then I think of all the junk I'd have to sort, pack, and move and how much bigger a new mortgage would be and how I love ugly concrete floors and pink-striped wall paper. Its then when I realize that I am not going anywhere. Ever. We will probably be here until we die, unless the Lord moves us more than 50 miles away.

    Love ya and it will be ok.

  3. Anonymous9:20 PM

    My vote is that you don't make any decisions until you feel God has openend some doors or given you some direction.