Personal reflections on January in Germany.
Tag: military wife
2017: Our 1st Year Living Abroad
A Review of Our 1st Year Living in Germany.
What the Lord is teaching me during a bittersweet season of unemployment.
Home Sweet Homburg
Our 2nd Home.
Brain Work vs. Heart Work
My dear friend, Lindsey, unexpectedly FaceTimed me last week. As usual, we started squealing when the connection grew strong enough to finally see the other's face. "BRITT!!!! How are you? How is your heart?!", the first thing out her mouth. (Everyone needs a friend that will ask questions like this.) I quickly responded,"Good! I'm actually doing … Continue reading Brain Work vs. Heart Work
“What DO you have to be thankful for?”
January 19th, 2017, we officially transitioned from our Temporary Lodging Facility (TLF) to our house. Of course, we still do not have our furniture or the majority of our belongings…. but after living out of suitcases in 6 different locations (over the past 31 days), we were thrilled to be moving those suitcases to their … Continue reading “What DO you have to be thankful for?”
Very New Year
I just love the month of December. It's full and festive. It wraps up the year, yet preps for the next. It's the birth month of Christ. It's the midpoint of a school year. It's family and warm clothes and presents and cookies and lights and all things magical. (And it just so happens to be the month William and … Continue reading Very New Year
The Truth Behind our 1st PCS Orders
The Tables Have Turned
April 4, 2015 was one of my favorite days. William Fine and I were "finelly" husband and wife... which also meant we were finally saying goodbye to long distance! We left our wedding reception that night, proudly displaying a banner that represented just that. October 7, 2016, was another one of my favorite days. William Fine was "finelly" home from his first … Continue reading The Tables Have Turned
The whole month of September I was asked, "So... do you feel like it went by quickly?" (For those of you who are new here: they're refering to The Deployment). I would usually smile and reply, "Yes.... anddd no...". The question never felt easy to answer. Yes, seemed to slip out first, probably because we were in the final month. … Continue reading Sweet Comfort