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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

the turning points of life

since we've had quite a few questions regarding our current state of life changes, I thought I would answer the majority of those questions now while I still have the opportunity to do so... 

yes, we're selling our house. 

because we're looking forward to a new chapter in our lives. 

no, I'm not pregnant. 

yes, I'm sure. 

the relationship Zack and I share is stronger than ever. 

we haven't decided where we're moving to... yet. although we have some places in mind, we're not yet ready to share them with the world. 

am I missing anything? no? okay, good. 

while we appreciate the love, generosity, and support that has been given to us these last four years, we're ready to move on to the next stage of our life. we've both craved for the opportunity to experience something new; something adventurous; something that we both have not yet done and are able to experience together.

we've both done so much for others along the way that it's now time to finally do something for ourselves. Zack has mentioned to me, countless times over the past few years, about the possibility of moving somewhere new and exciting, which I've always shrugged off because I just wasn't comfortable with the decision.

but now, here we are, hundreds of miles away from each other, thinking the same things, conspiring together in a way that has made both of us even more grateful for one another. I cannot even begin to count the number of times a pull has been tugged on my heart, whispering these thoughts, these ideas, these supportive words of encouragement... that it's okay, it's the right thing, it's going to work out. that we're ready.

and I'm trusting that voice. for so long, I was so unhappy with where I was in life and what I was doing. I know, I know, practically no one is truly 100% happy with everything in their life, but I want to make it as close as possible to that 100%. I'm in a groove, and finally, I see a clear path.

all we ask is that you keep us in your prayers and thoughts, and remember: we're a young couple with no kids who wishes to experience the United States in a way most of you have not had the opportunity to do. we're not comfortable with settling for something when we know we're bound for greater things, and hopefully, that's something that all of you can understand.

peace and blessings, y'all. :)
kelly