Seasons Change!

I have loved traveling with this guy.


We have seen so much over the last six months. It’s crazy to me seems like yesterday this was happening.



That is a picture of our camper before we hit the road. We have traveled in over 20 states in the united states in six months. It has been nice to just hang out with each other and see things that we never got to see. We didn’t get much of a honeymoon when we got married. We had kids within two years of saying I do. So this travel time, it was timely. Now that we are empty nesters, life is so different. This trip has helped me deal with a lot of what I was going through. It has helped me refocus, and really pin point what I need to be doing in the season ahead. It’s funny how this comes right as the seasons are changing.


I know in the south we are all ready for cooler days. We all are even ready for a little rain. For Eric and I changes lie ahead. We’re both looking to get back to work and settle down somewhere for a long while. Traveling is fun, and exciting. It would be nice to do that forever, but seasons of our lives come just like the seasons of weather.


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