Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Coffee Shops and Familiar People

I'm sitting here at a local coffee shop called "Arsaga's" and I've officially been here for 6 hours. Holy cow. I don't know what it is, but I just got sucked in. We know the owners (they go to Cross Church Fayetteville), and the atmosphere in here was just so inviting that I haven't felt the need to leave. One sandwich with chips, a mocha latte, and an espresso later, here I am now joined by my awesome man, and I'm pretty happy.

I think I'm going to like living here. It's starting to feel a lot more like home. I'm really thankful, because this transition (though it's been much better than it could have been) has been hard.

Today we bought our tickets to go home for Thanksgiving... Woohooo!!!! I can't wait to see the family. AND to top it off, my parents are planning to come for a week in September.

Basically, today is awesome. I just had to write a little blurb about it.

Hope your day is as good as mine!

1 comment:

  1. Really enjoying your writings, Rachel. I went to LU and came across your blog through twitter. My husband and I have been in the same boat- a huge transition far from home. I associate well with all the things you're feeling. I'm encouraged by your faith in the Lord and humbleness about marriage. Glad your day went so well!