Jay planned a SURPRISE honeymoon to Inverness, California, population 850. 2hrs north of San Francisco on the beautiful coastline with dropoff cliffs, seals and elk, ginormous trees, old lighthouses, and organic hippie heaven!
We spent the rest of April in our new lil home here in Louisville Kentucky while Jay finished up the rest of the seminary semester and I went job hunting.. (the Provider ended up giving me two jobs!)
EPIC ROAD TRIP:During the month of May, we drove a total of 4000 miles, as well as a plane ride half way around the world and back. Thank the Lord we both like adventure (and I like a good dose ofchaos every once in a while)
Kentucky to Oklahoma for Jessica, one of my college roommate's, wedding:
Oklahoma to Mississippi for newlywed reception (which was a HUGEblessing)/ meeting up with the team to travel to China
Mississippi to Himalayan Mountains:
West China back to Mississippi:
Mississippi to Paris, Tx to stay with Jay’s uncle for a night:
Paris, Texas to Borger, Texas for pretty Anna's beautiful wedding:
Borger, Texas to Tulsa for a pit stop:
Tulsa (through tornado-demolished Joplin) to Louisville:
Followed by a weekend in Ohio for my Papa's 90th birthday, (He is the most Christ-like man I know, besides my husband).
And a short weekend trip to Indianapolis to see the Mother-in-law who was there for a conference:
In the midst of all the hustle and bustle, God taught, rebuked, redirected, called me out, admonished, encouraged, and sustained me a lot. I will have to share some of my musings now that life is somewhat in a rhythm here at our lil homestead..