Friday, May 30, 2008

what's to come...

For those of you in blogger world that don't know me personally you probably don't know just how much our lives could change here in the next few months....

We have a lot riding on 2 things...

my husbands acceptance to OHSU nursing school in Portland, OR

and

the sale of our house in Chattanooga, TN

if those two things align....we are suppose to go....no doubt!

Well today we got an email that the letter had been mailed to corey - so it is so strange to think that the decision has been made....there is no turning back - prayers have been said...now it is just waiting. And even if we don't go to Portland, it will be incredibly awesome if corey gets into school there. They take 8% and I honestly think he will get in. But either way I am so proud of my husband for his 4.0, tutoring 3 subjects and just really enjoying school this time around.

Second - tomorrow they are showing our house....to the same person for the second time....so keep your prayers going for that - you never know stars could align and it could be happening for us..

whatever happens - it is meant to be - and I just need to remember that!

thanks for listening!
xoxo
Happy Weekend


a pic of us in Portland, OR January 2007

6 comments:

Glue&Glitter said...

Woa, awesome! I'd be bummed to not run into you at craft shows around here, but I think you'd totally love Portland.

Ivey Handcrafted said...

Yeah I just think it would be an awesome experience for a few years! Keep us in your thoughts! xoxoxo

Fog and Thistle said...

Hoping it all works out for you. I hear such amazing things about Portland, I'm so intrigued about it.

JLC Studio said...

Wow!! I hope everything works out!! Sounds like that would be a HUGE change for you guys! I'll keep you in my prayers :)

P.S. Kudos to your hubby...he's a smartie!!

Ivey Handcrafted said...

it would be a huge change...and just such an adventure! Thanks for your encouraging words!!! xoxo

Brittany said...

Bittersweet either way. Of course we all want you to stay but how cool to come visit you in Portland!