I’m homeless!!

I am so thankful that this last week is finally over.

Everything we own has been packed and is on its way to Texas.

Our house has been scrubbed and vacuumed and cleaned.

We turned the keys over and are now sitting in a hotel room – with high speed internet thankfully!

Now we’re just hanging out for the next few days until my husband takes off with the younger kids and I head to Charleston next week for the conference!!

I’m getting SO excited!:)

The only trouble I’m having is deciding which classes I’m going to attend.  So many choices…

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  • Michelle Goodrum - May 4, 2011 - 12:27 am

    At least you get to be homeless while you are at a national genealogy conference! Sounds like nirvana of sorts.

    I’ll be interested in hearing how things go in Charleston and what you learn.ReplyCancel

    • Jen - May 4, 2011 - 12:39 pm

      True Michelle!!ReplyCancel

  • Heather Roelker - May 4, 2011 - 9:32 am

    What a familiar photo! This is the best time of a PCS…no more packing or cleaning and not quite time to search for a house and unpack. Good luck and enjoy!ReplyCancel

    • Jen - May 4, 2011 - 12:39 pm

      You’re right! It’s so nice to know that the hard part is done and that we have a month of leave before unpacking everything!! :)ReplyCancel

  • Shaz - May 4, 2011 - 2:12 pm

    You are certainly going to enjoy the conference.
    And you will find that there are always more
    than one lecture you are interested in at the
    same time. Here’s a hint: If you can, sit
    near the back on an aisle (unless it’s a huge
    room). That way if after a few minutes you
    decide the lecture is not what it appeared to
    be in the syllabus, you can leave and arrive
    a little late to the other one of interest.
    Sacrilege, I know, but better to be a little
    obvious in leaving, that sitting through some
    thing you don’t like. I’m going to attend the
    So. Cal. Jamboree in June and there is one two-
    hour lecture that overlaps with a one hour.
    I’ve already decided that I will do the first
    hour of the two-hour and leave for the other
    lecture — unless I just can’t tear myself
    away. I’ll be anxious to hear your impressions
    of both the conference and Charleston. When
    we lived near Beaufort I loved both Charleston
    and Savannah (A little more prejudiced toward
    Savannah). I don’t miss the humidity, however.
    Safe journey to El Paso, too.ReplyCancel

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