Unpack, Arrange, Rearrange

Our first week in Tennessee has been fast-paced. Because I cannot sit still, the entire house was unpacked in six days. Everything is mostly in its place. This obsessive part of my personality is very helpful in times like these, but it can also be ridiculous – in that I wake up to rearrange the living room furniture before even pouring a cup of coffee.

Anyway, we’re moved in. (There’s more to tell on the subject of living room furniture but I’ll get to that another day because it’s late and there’s dinner to make. Corey and her son, Alex, were here this weekend, and there’s more to tell on that too.) We went to the mountains, ate some fabulous food at our Welcome to Tennessee dinner with the rest of the Millers, and found a local market where we can buy elk and bison sausage. The weekend was wonderful.

Here are some photos to start off our week.

This is the view along the drive home from the grocery store.
When the boys have excess energy, it's best to just let them out of the car and run. Don't you think?
While driving through the Smoky Mountains, we stopped to let the boys throw rocks into the river. This tree and its amazing roots grow next to it.

 

2 Comments

  1. These are really very beautiful photographs.
    I have stumbled upon this blog at a crossroads, it seems: you have just settled in a new place. Hope all goes well for you 🙂

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