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On October 15th, we made the 45 minute trek south from Barrington to our new home in Wheaton. It might only be a little more than 20 miles south, but it was still quite a journey. It is amazing thing to see nearly everything you own packed into a few trucks. Sometime after 11pm that evening, the last box was moved into our new home. Then, the next morning, the work of unpacking began in earnest. Thankfully, Peggy Ehrisman had the Trinity Aid Brigade set to bring us meals during our first week in the rectory.
Over the past few weeks we have been balancing the work of unpacking boxes with getting to know our new neighborhood. We enjoyed a number of walks around town. We found a great park for the kids and have even gotten our library cards. Jackson (our 4 year old) has started preschool. While Cici (our 2 year old) heartily approves of the stained glass windows in the church and chapel (she is particularly fond of the one in the chapel with the butterfly). In due course most of the boxes have been unpacked and all of the important stuff has been found, even as there is still more to do. As any of you who have made a move know, it takes time to get completely settled, and occurs to me it isn’t even something you really have complete control over. It is more a feeling than getting a particular list of things completed.