It's no secret that we'll be moving to Texas next month. We have about thirty days left here in the Peach State. I can't believe that when we moved here (from Texas) I was thirty days out from having Savannah. Now she's almost two and we are moving yet again.
I remember when we moved from DC to San Antonio I was so sad. I loved living in nation's capital. The city was so vibrant and diverse. I met some of my favorite people there. When my husband called me at work and told me we were moving to San Antonio I was so shocked. Other than the San Antonio Spurs I didn't know anything about the city. I wasn't excited. I wasn't embracing the change.
I feel like I have grown so much since then. Maybe I've become an Army Wife veteran now because I have finally come to a place where I'm okay with all the moving. Even though I am not completely crazy about Texas I have a peace about going back there. As a military wife there is so much that happens that is out of my control. I have learned that it is much easier to go through the process of it all with a more positive attitude.
I know the next month won't be easy. It will be frustrating and hectic. There isn't anything I can do about that. All the preparation and organizing that I'm doing should help. This time around since I am more familiar with the city I am going to make the most out of our time there. I'll make sure that we experience some of the festivals. Go eat on the River Walk more often. We might even catch a Spurs game. Complaining gets you no where if the outcome is the same once those words leave your lips. I feel like I've turned over a new leaf. I don't have the bad anxiety I would normally have. Seven years into this lifestyle and it is finally becoming easier. Love that.