Sometimes they suck in unusual places. For example, the neighbors you only met five month ago. But there is a hope there, an understanding, a mutual respect and looking forward. That’s what we had here. And now that we’re moving, I worry. I’ve already had a great boss, two sets of great neighbors, and two great priests. I am also hopeful. I am still waiting for a great school, although we’ve had good schools, and great acquaintances. All will be revealed with time. We start our drive in five or six hours, so I will write more then.
A little preview: We will visit my brother and his wife and son, whom I have not seen in more than two years, and we are still trying to find a hotel that will accept four children, a dog, and a fish. I’m not sure why I won’t lie, but I blame my mother.