Saturday, April 15, 2006


I wanted to give a shout out to Wahba for showing the world my hidden hobby-cheerleading :)

So far Seattle has been fun, Necole and I are learning to take each day as they come, when we left NC we had no clue where we would end up...Although, we had a hunch it would be the great Northwest.

Anyhow, we were in Cali for a few days and we absolutely hated it...Just not our cup of tea. So, we left and headed north to the Rain City. We knew we had a place to stay for a few days...After that, we were not sure; we even thought we may buy a tent and crash in a state park or something. While we have enjoyed the journey, and God is teaching me a lot about life and trust, we also miss our rhythm that we so love and hate. Little things like beds, a kitchen and of course the greatness of the internet.

Our kids are getting a little ADD, and they are asking if we are going to find a "real" home sometime soon. Long story short the Nussbaums were working behind the scenes to try and find us a place to stay.

Well, today we got a call from a Foursquare Church that Ken's brother is a Youth Pastor at. They have a house called the Genesis House. This house is a transitional house...The church is close to a Navy base and I guess they use the home to bless the local military community and also missionaries.

They informed us that we can stay for free till mid-June. This is HUGE for us. So, sometime at the end of next week, we will be able to move in and relax for a bit. We hope to get our business going and find a church in the next few weeks.

Monday we leave for Canada to hang with Ken & Brenda's family for a few days. We also hope to hang with Kezia while we are there.

Seattle is a great place. I hope to post some pics soon.

Until then, the journey continues...

1 comment:

Ryan Van Sickle said...

Hey man, know that we are praying for you and the fam! Sorry I missed you before you set sail. Stacy and I are moving to the Big Apple so we are on the move as well. Glad you guys are liking Seattle. Have peace!