she's a place of grandeur, boasting untamed, open spaces, towering mountain peaks and almost as many trees as alaska (which i can't verify but it seems about right) .
i love montana .
i hail from the big sky state, grew up hiking and snowmobiling, chopping wood, keeping warm by open flame and eating meat my family hunted for in the woods . it has been my dream these last few years to be back there, to make a home there . and before i came to kansas city i tried desperately to find a job there on a ranch but kept getting turned down, (which i see now as God's Providence, bringing me to kansas city where i met christopher only weeks later) ....
so now, in this present november, we are looking at montana from a geographical distance but also feeling the pull to be closer and to move & make our home there . there are a lot of details to sort, including selling our house in kansas (which is now in motion, as of last week), selling some of our things (how many time have i done that?! i'm so good at packing, you guys), and of course among all the other smaller details, finding a place to live .
we are stepping out and trusting God will bring everything together that needs to happen in the coming weeks .
big sky adventures await!
--=-- here are a some recent snapshots from our montana visits ----->>