Ending of an Era10:20 PM
Anyways, enough with the whining. What I came here to say is that I feel so well blessed and taken care of in these crazy days. So many people have helped in huge ways right when we needed it, and the significance is not lost on me. I know that God is very aware of us and that he is taking great care of us thanks to great friends who listen when He asks them to help.
The other day I asked my mom how to repay all these people who have given so much to us and helped us more than we could have asked. She told me that someday we would have our chance to make a difference to people who needed it, and she's exactly right. When our resources are a bit less tight, it will be our turn to lay it forward.
We've loved San Angelo and the wonderful people we have been privileged to interact with at church, school, work, and in the community. I'm excited for the next chapter, but will certainly miss the people here that we love so much. Thank you, San Angelo, for taking great care of us!
We came as a family of 3 with a 7 week old Milo, and now we leave a family of 4. it's been a trip, and some of the hardest and best (funny how those two tend to go together) years yet! We can't wait to see what's in store in San Antonio!