We arrived in Saudi the first of October.
Three weeks later we recieved two large air shipment boxes.
Not until the end of December do we expect/and are scheduled to receive our large shipment. This shipment pretty much being EVERYTHING we own and that makes our home feel like an actual home.
I believe this may be one of the hardest things about the move. Not having our things and not being able to run down to the store and pick up our favorite things. Toys for the boys, kitchen items, keepsakes, decorations, nice towels and sheets, yummy smelly wall flowers, all of the comforts of our life back in Houston. Yes, we have the most important thing, each other. But in all honesty, I'm couting down the days until they show up with our crates of "home."
It still feels like we are visiting. Staying in a rental unit with strange company furniture and playing with borrowed toys and comforts. So until then, we are making the most of what we have been given.
I give you THE Aramco Living Room Tunnel.
Each excursion is an adventure with the possibility of a collapse.
An afternoon of entertaining two off the wall little boys. Good times at our house, no matter what side of the world we are on.
Believe it or not, we have the nice couch pattern.
Don't you wish you had these in your home?
I know you are jealous.