Matt drove the 25-ish foot truck, and I followed him in my car with the dogs. All in all, it was a really smooth trip. The dogs rode very well in their "car seats" we made by nesting the top and bottom halves of their travel crates, and setting them in the back seat. Oscar gave me a heart attack a couple times when he woke up from a nap, saw his own reflection in the window, and gave (himself) a friendly ferocious barking-greeting. Uff da.
I did such a good job for months holding everything (and myself) together with all the stress of this move. Something really weird happened when we drove across the TX state line and I literally fell apart! I don't think it had all really sunk in before that point. It just became so real, and I was SO RELIEVED that Matt and I were going to be back together that I just cried and cried.....and cried. I'm sure Matt was very happy he was in the truck and got to miss this whole breakdown. Not that I blame him, I mean I was a little embarrassed for myself! ;)
I am slowly but surely getting the apartment put together. It's a little more difficult than I expected to fit an 1800 sq. ft. house into an 850 sq. ft. apartment, but we're making it work! The only complaint that I have is that
The biggest news right now is that I start my new job TOMORROW!! I never could have imagined that I'd find something this quickly. God has been so faithful throughout this entire process...The timing worked out so perfectly, that I'll never even miss getting a pay check. WOW GOD!
Guess I better get back at it, I'm guessing these boxes aren't going to unpack themselves...