Another big to-do in February was moving. I had every intention of reflecting on my great flight from the Zionsville nest. But I kept putting it off. There was simply too much to do, after living in this place for 2 years there was a lot to pack up.
I continued to reflect on moving. Lots of thinking while in the car, the shower, while cooking. In many ways, moving represents a new chapter of my young life. So far this new chapter has been full of adventure, laughter, joy and most importantly a beautiful sense peace about where God has brought me.
Much like my first apartment this blog has seen a lot: the highs and lows of job searching, falling in love, surviving the aftermath of a broken engagement and a broken heart, adventures in cooking and thrifting, and my spiritual journey from a mere Sunday Christian to something much deeper that continues to grow and develop everyday.
With that said – I think the time has come to move the blog to a new home. I hope you continue to follow my journey at www.ohsellke.tumblr.com – same girl – same humor – new chapter of life.
The month of February was a busy one. Very busy.
I went to Colorado over President’s Day weekend. I had an amazing time. While gracing the slopes of Breckenridge, Vale, Beaver Creek, and Keystone I had several powerful moments of clarity. I have fallen back in love – with my life . I This may sound weird – maybe not. This last year I fought the direction my life was heading. I wanted what was familiar, I ached for things to go back to the way they were.
But ultimately that was not the plan God had for my life – and for the first time I can say that’s ok and I am happy about it and I have fallen back in love with this beautiful life I have. I am not where I thought I would be, but I am so grateful for that because it is clear that God’s plan is so much greater than any plan I made for myself. and now some pics of the vacation that rocked.
(1. Just me in my HOT PINK coat, I never got lost 🙂 2. The AH-mazing house we got to borrow for the week – 20 people slept here…comfortably! 3. First day Miss Juli and I enjoyed a Nutty Irishman before hitting the slopes. 4. Love those slopes – can’t remember where this was…ooops)
(1. Vail was my favorite resort hands down. Probably because we had a tour guide who took us into the back bowls – SO FUN. 2. Just three snow bunnies after lunch. 3. Poor Tom ran into a tree day one, ouch! He nursed his wounds with jameson and wine. 4. At the end of the day Beaver Creek greeted you with warm cookies at the bottom of the hill.)