Saturday, February 20, 2016

On to our next place! YAY.........!

Hello Luvs,

Happy Saturday.... Overcast here but not too cold. The weather is pretty nice actually. In a nice stage with my back. Not sure if I mentioned it yesterday....if not, I will spare you the details. I will just say that it is a pleasure being able to walk straight and not hunched over like I am 90 years old and suffering from bone loss.

I think my change in health has a lot to do with my mindset. I am no longer feeling sorry for myself, instead I am excited for our next move. After taking Baby Girl to her school this morning (got up at 5:30!) to travel to the Science Olympiad Competition held on the UNC Greensboro Campus I came back with a plan.
Happy to be checking out tomorrow...another place to rest our heads.

After much searching we finally found a place! It falls more in line with what we would like to do in the summer. The house is on the small side but looks charming from what we can see in the listing pictures. Because our hotel stay has cost us so much we wanted to make sure that the Airbnb fell within our budget and that the size will allow all of us to become more comfortable in closer quarters.

The home is close to a sandwich/coffee shop, and it has a patio where we can hang out as a family. We make sure to eat dinner together and once the weather warms up I can picture us eating outside on the patio. That will be another way for us to become more acclimated. If it turns out that we end up with an RV versus a tiny house (and maybe even then) we will be outside most of the time.

Hanging with Baby Boy...next up MOVIE!
It is all very exciting, and I know that finding a place to settle into for the rest of the school year has helped with my recent flair up. Having a positive attitude is definitely something that can change your health for the better. Looking for the positives in a situation instead of searching for something to complain about. They say this when someone is in the hospital. They always say that it is a way to reach them and encourage them to fight for their survival. To me, at least, striving to live this way on a daily basis (even when things are going well) helps to spread posivitity to others. Paying it forward and embracing individuality along with that equals a healthy mind, body, and spirit.

Til next time,

Kat

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