Our Cozy Abode

During this Fall Break (a glorious week off from school), many of our Morrison staff friends headed to the beach or the mountains and enjoyed the beauty of Taiwan. We spent our time at home and at IKEA, choosing furniture to add to our collection, unpacking the final boxes that were cluttering our rooms, organizing and reorganizing every nook and cranny in order to store everything in this closet-less apartment, and leveling, drilling holes, and hanging decorations on all the walls. While it wasn’t a vacation at the beach, it was a much needed time for getting our home in order, and I am so happy that it is finished! Sure, we have a project or two to complete, but the house is “together” enough for me to feel settled. For all of our friends and family that won’t be here to view our apartment in person any time soon, here’s a look at our cozy abode. Continue reading “Our Cozy Abode”

{Segue} Are We There Yet?

Are we there yet? That’s the question I keep asking myself. Are we home? Will we ever be settled? When will the transitioning end?

The End of Summer

After our wedding on June 29, Charles and I spent the next three weeks visiting with family in New Jersey, Virginia, South Carolina, and New York. It was quite the road trip, and we were so blessed to spend time with our loved ones. The summer seemed to go by too fast though, and before we knew it, we were boarding the plane to fly to Taiwan. Though it was bittersweet as always (crying with Mom as Dad led us all in prayer at the airport), I was happy to be traveling with Charles this time. After about 30 hours of travel, groggy and jet-lagged, we unloaded our bags at the guest apartment at Morrison and attempted to rest for the night. Continue reading “{Segue} Are We There Yet?”