I want to apologize to my readers if you’ve been encountering weird stuff on my blog. First I was hacked, I got that fixed but just recently my theme got all messed up too. It was just showing text. Not likey that much.
So, I hope you guys like the new look. I really liked the old one but it looks like the more simple it is, the better.
Timing could not be anymore perfect for this change in theme, since soon enough there will be more changes in Nick’s and my life. Nick’s going to be done with school in 2 weeks and we’ve finally decided that it’s time to make some little Nicks and Tanyas. OH MY GOSH!!! And once there’s a little one baking in the oven, we might also have to move to a bigger place. Pretty big announcement huh?
The great thing about change is that I actually enjoy and look forward to it. I will admit that sometimes it gets pretty scary, but I get really excited about how my God is going to pull through. How He’d show himself always faithful in taking care of us.
I am always reminded of when I moved here to Seattle from Manila. My friends would tell me that that must’ve been really scary. I was honestly more excited that scared. I was excited to be married to my best friend, excited for the new things I have never seen and was definitely overjoyed because Jesus showed Himself faithful in finally letting Nick and I be together after 3 years of a long distance relationship.
Change helps me look up to where I’m supposed to look. It helps me look up to Him who knows what He’s doing. And I trust that with the discomforts that comes along with change, He will never leave me nor forsake me.
I know that our future little kiddos will be a handful and could be stressful. But the positives will definitely outweigh the hardships. I believe that.
I am excited to hear an additional sound of laughter in our house. It will be wonderful. So please pray that after Nick is done with school in 2 weeks that he gets a job that he loves, that pays well and of course includes really good benefits. Thanks guys!
Photos below are a few more excerpts from our summer in Seattle. Please excuse all the foot shots. For some reason I am very fascinated with the shots. No I’m not turning into Quentin Tarantino.
Olympic Sculpture Park
Nick on our new float. This was at Greenlake.
Camano Island water.
I think the guy beside me is pretty hot.