To make it even better, hubs went to an invitation only job fair down in good old Houston. After a bunch of interviews and the aftermaths, Hubs accepted an offer from a company based out of Houston. (The job fair had jobs from all over, not just Texas, but we did want to get back there.)
We hung out in limbo for a bit while the ball got rolling, etc. Then Friday night Hubs got the call that he was to start work on November 26th. So we had 25 days to get him to Houston.
25 days to see if the military moving office would get us scheduled asap and see if housing would work with us in that time frame. I was skeptical. Its the government after all. And there would be extensions and extra paperwork due to our year to move almost being up and our goods having to sit in storage past that date.
Today we got the answers we needed from the moving people...and they will be here to start packing us up on November 6th barring bad weather or something. So the first hurdle is conquered. I began the withdraw process for Alia's school today. Thankfully Texas is one of the easier states to deal with on the home school front so I'm not worried about our time in limbo.
So now we are working crazy hard to prepare. The plan is to get out of this house and make it as far as central Texas for a few months. The girls and I will stay with family that has a place for us to pull the travel trailer into and live out of for now. Dion will begin his training and his rotations on the platforms in Houston. On his off times we will start looking not too far from the Houston area for somewhere to finally settle down and buy what I hope is our last home ever. I probably should not have put that in print. LOL! We expect it will be several months before we can determine where that is and before a bank will give us a loan since we have been unemployed for so long.
So. I have 6 days to pull it all together and get the heck out of here. Please snow, hold off. Maybe we will head south before it catches us good. That would just be the icing on top of the cake since I hate snow.
I guess my little blog world will change up a little too while we become official trailer trash for a number of months. It will be interesting to say the least.
Remember us in your prayers still -- this is far from over yet!