Six Months

Normally with international moves, this is right about the time we're sleep deprived and sore, pulling our hair out as we struggle to get everything packed up for the impending move back to the States. It feels weird to not feel that weight on our shoulders as we cross the six month mark of living in Macau. I think we tend to thrive on change with a passion equal to the way some people dread and fight against it. So without any major change on the horizon, we're learning a new way of living. The kind where you sink your roots in pretty deep. This is as new to us as moving to a foreign country might be to some of you. I'll let you know how it goes.

In the meantime, we're celebrating this milestone with the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups graciously sent to us in care packages by both my Mom and Dad, and my Sister and Brother-in-law Heidi and Clay (they love us. They really, really love us). The packages were meant to be for Christmas, but I think their arrival today is perfect. We'll celebrate six months in Macau with something that is completely unavailable here. Mmmmm....

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