Friday, March 14, 2008

Bittersweet




I've begun the process of moving out of my study. My typically pristine work environment is now filled with boxes (there are more in a corner you can't see in this picture). The plan is to pack a few every day. This has been my home away from home for seven and a half years. It's exciting to think about my new study at the new church, but sad to leave this one and all that it means.

10 comments:

John and Sarah said...

All those books make you look really really smart.

KevinG said...

You're leaving? When did this happen??? :-)

Anonymous said...

Makes me sad too!

Kris

jana said...

Hey, do you get to keep the desk and shelves? I guess there's always the kitchen cabinets... :)

Grammy said...

Dear Grandson,
I know exactly how you feel. Excited and anxious, and happy and sad, all rolled up together. Congratulations on your move, and new opportunities in planting a new church. I am sure you will do well, because your faith is strong, and I know God is with you.
Love you so much,
Grammy and Gramps

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Whitney said...

I think you need a new post...this one makes me a little sad. It is easy to not think about the hard parts of leaving and just dwell on the exciting aspects.

I love you! What a joy to be on this adventure with you!

Brian & Jill said...

Very selfishly for those of us not going to Washington it's just plain bitter ... our loss is Washington's gain.

Anonymous said...

boo hoo hooo....
rosie siebs. i agree with brian and jill.

victoria z. said...

I have a lot of fond memories of hiding things in that office, decorating that office, and goofing off in that office... I hope your next office is filled with just as much fun :)