LIFE IN NASHVILLE.

1.10.2013





tomorrow marks one month here in nashville. while our stay has always been in our minds as "temporary"... i think we expected to be settled in a home of our own by now. what can i say? life happenend. as soon as we made it to town, i spent nearly two weeks with the flu, then there was christmas, my birthday, new years, and my brother's birthday. there is no question about it, this has and always will be the busiest few weeks for my family. but what does that mean for carter and i? 

when we left charleston so abruptly, we were under the impression that a job was available in the town we are looking to live in. but every week, it's pushed back just a little bit more. it's difficult to find a job while living in another town. even more so difficult to find a place to live while not knowing what our income will allow. thankfully with our savings and considering we are looking to rent, we should have enough for the first few months. 

so this is where we are at currently. working long hours, cleaning and organizing and house hunting everyday. and spending our weekends together. we have taken advantage of the sunny days and spent them hiking throughout several nashville parks. and we have also gone on a few little dates of our own. it's important to spend that time together, just the two of us. 

8 comments:

  1. Christian and I are in the same boat as you two! It's tough, but the hard work now will make paying for a new home that much more rewarding. ;) So glad you have a sweet man like Carter though! xo

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    1. We are some lucky ladies :) Happy for you and Christian and good luck to you both! xo

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  2. Beautiful photos, looks American :)

    I hope things will work out, they tend to later or sooner. I have been in same situation, except I left my home country Finland and moved to France. The beginning is always hard, finding jobs and saving money.
    But it will turn out great, belive me! Happy week!

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    1. Wow, that's quite a far move! We have always considered a cross country move but that will be in a few years. Happy week to you too :)

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  3. i love the climate of these photos. love, love, love.

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  4. The photos were beautiful my dear !! I love the 2nd pic, a house in a middle of trees really excite me :)

    www.coffeecreamandthecaffeine.blogspot.com

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    1. we are LOVING that house and if it were on the side of a mountain, i wouldn't hesitate on it!

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