A Year in London

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Well folks, the time has come. We have been in London for a year. *golf claps* When I think back to our first week in London I want to laugh and cry at the same time. We spent the first night in London getting pizza, trying to figure out the buses and sleeping on the floor of our apartment. It feels like we have been here for one week/ a year/ forever. I have been looking forward to writing this post for since I wrote the two month update that made both our mothers cry because I thought that surely by a year in I would have some brilliant revelation that would make everything make sense. No such luck. No brilliant revelations- just living. Did we have a great year? Yes. Did we have a challenging year? Yes. Would I move back to Dallas tomorrow if I could? In a heartbeat. Am I ok that we’re not moving back anytime soon? Yes. So thanks for thinking of us this year, praying for us, visiting us, commenting on our blog or whatever you have done. Maybe I’ll be wiser next year but let’s not hold our breath.

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About fishandchipsandsalsa

This is the story of a newlywed-ish couple in Dallas about to pack up their lives and pups to move to jolly ol' England. They will miss good family, good friends and good fajitas.
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2 Responses to A Year in London

  1. JiJi says:

    Thanks for the reflective post on your past year in London.

    You’ve been on my heart and mind every day since you boarded the plane for the trip “across the pond”.

    We miss you and love you, and are so proud of your accomplishments and look forward to the day when we can hold you in our arms again. Love and prayers….J

  2. Cindy says:

    It seems like an eternity instead of a year! But it has been an adventure-filled year for you guys and I am so glad you are getting this opportunity. But I miss you soooo much! Love you, Mom

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