We arrived in Atlanta Friday afternoon. Just in time for midtown traffic. Yeah, welcome ‘home’!
We have done quite a lot in our first few days, in addition to fighting jet lag. Here are a few highlights, plus some observations.
Saturday we had an open house with about 60 people in attendance. Yeah, less than 24 hours after arriving here. Call us crazy. It was totally overwhelming, but also a lot of fun.
We visited our church on Sunday. After three years. Some familiar faces, but so many we’d never seen before. It was big. And slightly familiar. We are grateful to those who welcomed us so warmly.
We had Mexican food after church. At the restaurant we went to often when we lived here. And for the most part, it felt like old times. With friends. The kind of friends where you just pick up where you left off. That was nice.
We began homeschool on Monday. I am quickly reaching a new level of respect for all the homeschool parents out there. Wow.
We went to Target. Overload! The cereal aisle alone had our heads spinning.
There is nature trail just across the street from Zack’s brother’s house. We love that we can walk about 3 minutes and be in the woods!
Yesterday was my birthday, and I joined Zack in the 40 club. So far, 40 feels good. I’m in better shape than I was at 30 or even 20.
Zack and the boys took me for a manicure/pedicure. What a treat! I felt so pampered and spoiled.
We went to the mall. It was big. The music was loud. The people were friendly.
We had Indian food for dinner. It was spicy. And it was awesome.
Plus, a cake from American Cookie Company. So many calories. So yummy. I have zero willpower around those cakes.
More to come!