Friday, January 31, 2014

Sweet Tea & Georgia Peaches

The time has come for a new chapter in our lives... About 2 months ago we received the news that my Husband was cleared for recruiting duty, something that we have been waiting for quite some time now. Yes, we have gotten an earful of the good as well as much of the bad that recruiting duty entails, but overall we are excited for this new journey to begin. It will be a significant change, as we will be far away from any military base & will be all on our own in the "civilian world". Recruiting duty comes with its own set of challenges, just as any job in the military, but we are ready & can't wait to move to the SOUTH!

Yes, you heard right, in just about a month,


We could not be more thrilled!

The little town of Brunswick, Georgia will be our new home for the next 3 years.
Located on the southern coast of Georgia, this quaint town has everything I could ever hope for & is less than an hour outside of Savannah. I have a feeling many antique shopping weekend trips will be made!

 This next month will be full of packing many boxes & 
counting down each day until we begin our new life in the land of sweet tea & Georgia peaches
Keep checking back & follow us along the way


3 comments:

  1. Jennifer,

    I am sure, I hope, with this new move that you will be happy! It sounds like you will be in a lovely place. We have visited Savannah in our somewhat limited time exploring the South...we are in the Midwest, and it's just beautiful. I think Georgia will be lovely as well. I wish you all the best and look forward to seeing your new home and all of your endeavors!!

    Wishing you and your family all the best!!

    XO,
    Jane

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  2. You'll love Georgia and Savannah is one of the most beautiful cities in the U.S. (in my opinion). So many great places to eat and the history there is amazing! Looking forward to following along on your adventures.
    Wishing you and yours the very best!
    Carol@LittleCountryHouseOnTheLake

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  3. We moved to Georgia 8 years ago and love it. Good luck.

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