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Thursday, September 4, 2014



movement, passage, or change from one position, state, stage, subject, concept, etc., to another; change:
the transition from adolescence to adulthood.

  verb (used without object)  
to make a transition
 Yesterday marked the 2 year anniversary of our house fire!

 How time flies!

We love our new home and our lives.
We look forward to our future.

We believe we have transitioned quite well.
It was never easy, as most transitions aren't.

If you think about it, each day is a transition.
Something happens, things don't go as planned or hoped, changes have to be made and you have to adjust.

We view transitions as growth.
Although overwhelmed and devastated by the loss of our home and all our belongings, we have grown stronger as a family, placing our faith and trust in God.

Transitions prepare you for your future.
They remind you of a plan that is not your own.

Transitions open your horizons.
They force you to think out side the box and unwind your rubber band.

With every transition comes change.
It allows you choices.
It turns your thoughts.

To quote Martha Stewart.
"It's a good thing!"

Whether you are a freshman, on a major college campus, walking around exhausted, dazed and confused
You are parents trying to find your way into the world of an empty nest,
You are taking your next step down your path untraveled.
You will look back in 2 years, smile, and realize you made it through.
Rancher Girl 

1 comment:

  1. Great thoughts on transition, Rancher Girl!
    When put to huge tests in life, most times we really are stronger than we ever imagined.