Well, it took Cory and I 10 hours to move Monday and we still didn't get it all done that day. It sucked. I won't even sugar coat it. But the good news is, we're all moved in and settled and our renters moved in last night and today.
It was really hard to leave our house for the last time not really knowing what it'll look like when we get back. But there's no going back now. Hopefully time flies by from here on out.
It's actually been kind of fun for me to live at home again. I grew up here so this is home for me still which helps with the transition. I don't know how Cory feels about it yet, but I do know he sleeps much better here when he's on nights and has to sleep during the day. So that is a major plus. Kennedy has transitioned really well, too. Having her say goodbye to the house was really sad. We went down to clean and she was really upset about the house being empty and kept asking me where all the stuff was like her bed, the tv, and her cups in the fridge. I cried. But it's really helpful knowing it's still our house. If we had lost our house for whatever reason I would have been an emotional wreck.
Our biggest fear is that the care and love we've put into our house will be ruined. That's why this has been emotional. We would worry regardless of who we rented to. But time will tell.
Alright, enough about the house.
Here's a cute picture of us to end this post on a positive note: