I know! I'm being all kinds of crazy and blogging on a Monday, with no pictures! Whoooo!!! Clearly I have went off the deep end. But I figured the 3 people who are still reading my blog might need a little shake up.
Things are going well in Cherrybear-land. The weather is gorgeous, life is going fairly smoothly, and I'm learning to trust in God and his perfect timing. Well, trying to at least!
I don't think I blogged about it, but I finally have a home to move to in July! My lease on my apt that I have been at for 4 1/2 years is up and since I'm basically disgusted with the management and bursting at the seams I decided to move.
After much stress and duress I finally found a townhome that I really like that fits into my budget! YAYS!! The only thing it doesn't have is a garage, but for the price and the niceness of it, a garage I can live without!! So I am super excited about that and super relieved to be done home hunting. Talk about stress.
Now that I know where i'm going I have been gearing up to move in a few months by cleaning out my apt. Selling furniture that I don't really like or use and generally just getting rid of stuff. Ahhh it's a wonderful feeling!! And considering we have to move everything down from the third floor, yes, getting rid of stuff is a GOOD idea.
Piano lessons continue to be the light of my week. I have 5 students now and I'm continuously amazed by their skills. They pick it up so much quicker than I did when I started. I am so proud of all of my students!!
(This is beginning to sound like a Christmas letter....)
Bible study is ending soon, which makes me sad. I haven't been able to go every week with being sick this semester so that is a bummer. The fellowship and encouragement I get from those ladies and the word is just priceless.
I have jumped on the Mars Hill/Mark Driscoll bandwagon, thanks to the Bergs. I found out that I have a channel on my Roku that I can actually watch his sermons on! I was pretty stoked about that. So the Sundays when I'm not feeling well enough to go to church, which sadly is many, I hang out with the Mars Hill folks.