I just got this letter from my sister who is really happy with her life.  This made me smile!

This time next year I hope we are all settled into living in our own home. By then our baby boy (I’m pregnant) will be 4 months old. The lease on our house (we rent one now) ends in 3 months and we have already decided we aren’t going to renew it. I would like to move to the Cedar Park, Texas area and have been checking out homes for sale there. I have found a few I like already but still have to show them to my husband. He’s overseas right now for business and will be getting home later this week. He travels a lot for his job which is the only negative thing about it. The positives far outweigh the negatives though the big one being that he makes enough money that I don’t have to work myself. That will be great for when our son is born

Besides that I have been staying busy trying to get things organized for my sister Amy’s wedding. I’m her Maid of Honor and that is a duty I don’t take lightly. I only have one sister and I hope this will be her only wedding so I want to make sure everything goes as perfect as it can. I can’t say I’m a big fan of the man she’s marrying but that is beside the point. I just think he is very egotistical and my own personality doesn’t gel with people like that. I am anything but that but she loves him and that is all that matters right?

I am honestly going to miss our current house a little bit when we move as we have been here for 4 years and will leave behind a lot of good memories. I really wish the owners would just let us buy it from them but that isn’t going to happen. I know because it was the first thing I did when we decided we didn’t want to rent anymore. The owner told me that he wishes he could sell but it is his wife that won’t let him. She sees it as their bread winner for years to come so that is that. I just hope that they can find new tenants in timely fashion. I was already told the last month that we are here we can expect to have the place shown a few times. I will have to make sure I’m not home when that happens.