It’s not the destination but the journey, right? Well what if you don’t really know the destination? That’s sorta the case here. We really don’t know our destination and to honest we’re sorta just winging it.
Andrew took a job in Los Angeles and 6 months into it, his work was done. So, after moving everything, including our two small babes from Orange County to LA, we decided not to move back to Orange County but to San Diego.
I know what you’re thinking. 1) We’re wild and 2) Why SD?
Lezme grab my wine and explain.
Ok, I’m ready.
Andrew’s parents live in San Diego so moving here was the best decision (although I didn’t think so at first) but jumping into another lease would have been frantic and hasty. Nothing good comes from frantic or hasty. So after praying about it, we knew this was the best move for us and gives us time to think about what’s next.
The crazy thing about the “journey” is that no matter what you’re on it and you can either choose to fight it or enjoy it. We have no idea what our destination is. We have no idea where we will settle down and buy a home. But there’s something really thrilling about that. I have no fear of the unknown and am excited to be present on this journey and I’m enjoying every minute of it.
I have such admiration for my husband. He has always seen the bigger picture. He has our family’s best interest at heart – and I’m so grateful for that. I’m so proud to do life with him.
If you came to this blog post thinking I was going to announce a new pregnancy or something crazy like that, you are cray!
Andrew however, is not pregnant, but he is working on two awesome concepts in Orange County. I can not wait to share them with you all! In the mean time, the boys and I will be picking oranges and running hills. (If you watch my instastories, ya know what I’m talking about!)
You have also probably seen me drinking lots of vino and now you know why haha! We worked with Wente Vineyards on this post and let me just tell you, we worked very well together! They have one of my favorite white wines right now, the Riva Ranch Chardonnay and it is magical – especially after a long hot day chasing my boys. It’s so crisp and delicate and freakin’ delish.
Andrew and I will often grab a bottle and enjoy it outside with a yummy cheese and charcuterie board. We’ll talk about our future and toss around the idea of moving to Italy for a year or taking a trip to Cabo because why not?! It’s such a fun season and it’s crazy for me to say that because I’m such a planner. But it really is fun and I really am enjoying this journey with my man and our sweet little fam.