The last time we relocated was five years ago. We moved ourselves.
I love the area we live in now and will happily stay here for the rest of my life.
My least favorite part of moving is all the work involved. All the packing and unpacking and the endless lifting and toting. I get tired just thinking about it.
2. When were you last 'moved to tears'? Explain.
I get really invested in good books, and was recently moved to tears by one I was reading.
3. Do you have rules about eating in the car...any forbidden foods? What's the last thing you consumed in your car? Your go-to car snack when traveling long distance?
It depends a little on the age of the one eating the food. We don't like having any messy food in our vehicle. Cheese curls and chocolate were both a big no-no for the children when they were younger. The last thing I ate in our vehicle was a cheese stick.
My favorite go-to snack is Chex-Mix. We usually take quite a variety of things to snack on when we travel, bananas seem to be a favorite for the rest of the family. I feel good about them eating them, even though they are at the bottom of the list of fruits for me.
Can't think of any right now.
I've never been to a Starbucks. Thankfully we don't need the pharmacy often at all. The bank is the only drive through we use.
6. "He who hesitates is lost"...would you agree? When it comes to making decisions do you generally act quickly or do you more often than not fall into the 'lost' category?
I don't really agree with this.
Whether or not I act quickly on decisions depends a lot on how much of an impact it will make on our life. Little things can usually be made quickly. Otherwise I think there is a lot of good that comes from patience, hesitation, and simply waiting on the Lord.
7. When was the last time you got lost? Was it stressful or an unexpected happy adventure?
The last time we got lost was back in 2006. It was both frustrating and hilarious.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
Our new school year is off to a good start. Yesterday as part of our nature study I made a 'bracelet' using duck tape with the sticky side turned out. We went outside and collected anything that caught our eye and stuck it to the tape. The results were pretty and gave us inspiration to research some of the plants we aren't very familiar with.
Buddy loved participating and would happily have made many more nature bracelets.