31 May 2009


Well, I've been here for six weeks now, so I figure it's time to 'fess up to those who might read my blog but do not yet know: I am now living in central Ohio. Yes, despite being a dyed-in-the-wool California girl, I have moved to the Midwest, nearly to the East Coast. And yes, it is like being in a completely different country:
It is lush and green here.
There is no traffic.
People speak with a slight drawl, and are generally friendly and polite.
There is nothing, anywhere, written in Spanish.

I have gainful employment, and I love it. [Please pray that paperwork and logistics will work out so it can be permanent; I'm still a contractor right now.] It is related to the kind of work I did at the old Humongous Anonymous Technical Company, but it is for a different company. I already knew and even worked with some of the people here! I get to do a lot of math stuff, and physics.

I don't have any friends yet, and I will admit that I've been lonely a lot. However, I have found a church that has seemed to be a good fit for me, and have started meeting people there. Naters is doing so well! He has taken to daycare wonderfully, and of course, the daycare workers love him to pieces and wish all their charges were like him.

I believe I will continue to see God's goodness.


ellen b. said...

So the parentals are on their way in the truck and soon you'll have more comfort in your place. When God puts you on my mind I pray for you and the little guy!! Blessings...

Life is a Marathon said...

Yeah, Deb (and Nathan)! Congratulations on getting settled! Sharon and I were just commenting on how we miss you! I'll be calling soon! Take care! Keeping you in prayer... CMM

Bob said...

congratulations on your transition to the midwest...given the proximity to the East Coast...you'll feel closer to it than the Midwest i'd wager (at least that's been the case for me in the last five years). It's its own different culture I'll give you...but you'll enjoy it...especially away from the rat race of the coasts. especially when people would kill for the amount of acreage and green available here versus the coasts. We'll venture down to visit after we finish our move in two weeks.