We finally feel settled in our new house! Pictures to come I promise..just a little lazy right now. Really..I am okay with that after being so durn busy last week. I have to report the good and the bad...so we will start with the only bad thing thus far. I have already burnt a roast in my oven and then I proceeded to burn my arm. The oven is original in the house and wow, does it have issues. I was very put out with this because roast isn't cheap and my cook-book thought that a roast could be cooked in an hour. When you put the oven on 450 degrees it never gets there, but somehow it came out so tough you had to saw to cut a slice. My first home cooked meal gone sour!
But on a better note there are some neat things to report. On the 4th of July we popped some fireworks outside and our neighbors were out as well. Jonathan and I were able to introduce ourselves and he has already been invited to play golf by the golf pro that lives across the street. Jonathan hit the jack pot. As he was rubbing elbows with the pro, a guy from down the street came by and introduced himself. He was talking about his daughter and how she just graduated high school. I made mention that I used to work with girls at a church and he said that we went to church at Cypress Bible. He wants us to go visit out there with them. While I am sad to possibly leave HFBC, I am excited to see what the Lord has for us out here in close proximity to our home.
Yesterday, I spent my morning on the phone with all the churches in the area trying to find a mother's day out program. They were either full because registration started in February or they don't take babies until they are 18 months. One church called me back late, Cypress Bible Church of all churches, and she thought they had one spot left. She called back today and they did!!! So Keegan gets to play for a day while mom gets to do what she wants! It will be interesting to see if God set this all up for us to attend this church. (and for me to meet my neighbor last week whose family goes there!)
The last thing that has made me smile is our use of baby monitors. We never had to use them in the condo because it echoed and you could hear Keegan clearly! I get to hear my husband read Keegan a story and wish him sweet dreams while I do the dishes. A beautiful thing to hear at the end of the day.