One of the major downsides of traveling for such an extended period of time is being away from those you love.
If you know me well, you know that there are two very special girls in my life – Gaby and Kate. These dogs are divas. These dogs are spoiled. These dogs are a very big part of the Cromer family.
Eleven days ago we had to say goodbye to them. They are currently on summer vacation at my parent’s house in Tennessee. (Thank you so much, Dad and Mom.) However, that vacation could turn into an extended vacation.
NORTHchurch is graciously providing us with temporary housing when we move until we sell our house. What a blessing not to be burdened with having to pay two mortgages. The idea is that we will have the opportunity to sell our house and also have plenty of time to find a house in Oklahoma that we really like without rushing either process.
However, there is one major downside. Our girls – Gaby and Kate – will not be able to come to Oklahoma with us when we move. The temporary, transitional housing does not allow for dogs. So the girls will have to stay in Tennessee until two things happen: 1. we must sell our house in Texas and 2. we must buy a house in Oklahoma.
Basically, I am really missing these two beautiful divas…