Moved in, sorta
Life has begun to settle in to something that resembles normalcy. My body has largely recovered from last weekend’s move. I’m enjoying blogging from the veranda. I had no end of troubles getting the Internet working. Sasktel offers a rock solid connection to the net, but their customer service techs are terrible. Our government owned phone company maybe small compared to other companies but they are large enough to keep truly useful information away from people who might actually use it.
I’ve been so impressed with my wife through all this. Through the last two months she has shown her true colours and they are vibrant and wonderful. I’m so touched being married to such a wonderful supportive woman. I am very fortunate to be building a family and a life together with her. I know that buying a house and moving isn’t an easy thing to do. Being pregnant doesn’t make any easier. She has been just great, even when I’ve been grumpy.
On moving day we had lots of help. A lot of my friends demonstrated why they are such good friends. If you are reading this, thank you again. We wouldn’t be where we are today without you.
We’ve encountered a few problems but nothing a little work won’t fix. We had a little bit of a plumbing scare last night but it turned out to be nothing major.
It will be nice to overcome this obstacle and start dreaming some more about organic church planting. At least until our family goes through its next major change in the next few weeks. I’m looking forward to seeing a baby around here.