In one month we move to Georgia. In one month, my four years spent in Sweden come to an end.
There are so many highs and lows involved in such a big life change, which makes it a bit hard to process.
I guess I'll type some facts, which are easier to find words for.
Greg is starting a new job. Tenure-track, which is very fancy. It is also the first time we are moving somewhere with intentions of permanence.
We've arranged for a place to live. Bought a carseat for the baby. Purchased our flights to get there.
There will be a lot to do when we arrive. Such as changing drivers' licenses to Georgia. Registering to vote in Georgia. Purchasing a car. Purchasing phones. Figuring out what household items we have in storage and what items we need to buy. Sending Greg to fetch the items in storage. Moving costs a lot of money.
There are also a lot of trivial things. I'll need to start doing my own grocery shopping instead of getting groceries delivered. I'll also have to reprogram my brain to US food items instead of Sweden food items. Mayo in jars instead of tubes. Tomato paste in cans instead of tubes. Or maybe these things have all changed in the past four years? No American sauce. Plenty of Annie's mac'n'cheese.
And of course, when the brain gets overwhelmed I just start thinking about food.