Without getting too sentimental, there are a few things I will miss about Oklahoma: The wide open sunset and sunrise views, Oklahoma City, our neighborhood, and our house. But above all, I will, without a doubt, miss the amazing friends we made during our time, here. No words could ever describe just how thankful I am for each and every one of them, especially those who touched our lives in ways we could have never imagined.
Now that we’re more than halfway done the moving process, we gave ourselves the weekend to relax, before days of driving, house hunting, and more driving. It’s unfortunate that we have to be this busy during the holidays, but it all comes with rewards, so it’s ok.
We spent all Saturday packing, organizing, and taking things down. Although we still have all our stuff here, the house feels empty. We lit our tiny “Charlie Brown” tree, as I like to call it, that we bought two years ago. I’m hoping this year, we can go out and buy a real one. We drank lots of cocoa and binge watched Christmas movies. All in all, it was a pretty good weekend.
We enjoyed our last walk around the neighborhood on a cool, crisp, Sunday evening. We discovered a park behind our neighborhood. It was really beautiful with all the colored trees and the ground and pathways smothered with leaves. As I mentioned in a previous post, I really am going to miss our neighborhood.