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... things... SO MANY THINGS!
Terence was enamored but I was pretty overwhelmed. It was a pretty cool place, but I think I just took everything in too quickly. We'll definitely have to go back some other time when I have recovered from the sheer amount of overstimulation.
American Village Part 3
American Village lives right across the street from where we live. Not even joking. Just the other night while watching Netflix from the air mattress, ...
... and the butterflies returned!
Hubby and I inspected the vehicle for any issues, cleanliness, etc and everything looked perfect. We were handed over the keys and I excitedly drove away in my sunshiny yellow car! I'm in love with everything about my Fit (Fifi the Fit) and it feels so liberating to be able to go anywhere we want now. I am so excited to zip around and explore this island in my new ride!
On Wednesday we made a ...
... pour myself a cup of jasmine tea, and sigh about being bored and 'wanting more' and start scheming my next great adventure. Until that time, I'm living my adventure day by day and it's absolutely amazing.
Friday Saturday Sunday
Last Friday was exhausting. Only thing I have to add? We tried to get a rental truck to pick up our government furniture buuuut that didn't happen so now we're living on an air mattress. We told ourselves we would try ...
... news because originally we’d been told it could take until August 3rd for us to be able to move into our house. We’d even accepted our housing offer—sight unseen because we were so excited to have a place to call our own. We got up and took a cab over to Kadena where we were briefed, Terence signed our lives away, and we got a set of keys to the house. We made an appointment with the inspector for early the next morning.
Back on Foster, we pulled up ...
... Hubs sent me the 'driver's handbook' that I would need at some point in the future. I skimmed it. Glanced at it. Now I was at orientation and I was fully expected to take the test... and pass. The staff sergeant administering our exam so kindly let us know that we were allowed to miss a maximum of 9 questions and still pass.
The test was 45 questions. I said a quick prayer and began the exam.
It was not easy. There were a ton of ...