Same furniture, new apartment. Our closet is smaller, but our living room is bigger. We can hear more street traffic, but we can see the sky turn every shade of sunset and watch the fireworks from the baseball stadium from our bedroom window.
Things felt put together once we cooked our first meal in the new kitchen (tacos, obviously) and hung the photos and art on the walls.
Yesterday, I took a few photos of some details that I thought showed how lived-in this place already feels. So I’ll share those with you here –
I’m sure we will change things around more than a couple times before our lease is up, but here we are, making this unfamiliar space feel more familiar every day.
There is so much in this city to see and do, and we’ve barely scratched the surface. Hopefully, now that we are feeling more settled, we can continue the exploration.
Thanks to all who have prayed for us and encouraged us during this transition. We are so grateful for what an amazing support system God has given to us, one that spans the country.
So, on that note, here’s to new breakfast spots and coffee shops, to all the people we have yet to meet and all the ones we already know, to a new city to add to our ever-growing list of beloved places we’ve called home. :)