We are still waiting on other people's decision about whether or not Papa would make a good physician. As I stated earlier, their choice will decide our next move; where we'll live for a little while.
So he spent his weekend on the road, literally, between 2 University (one 8h away, the other 9h but on another direction) to take their personality tests, dropping us somewhere on the road, at my uncle's.
We had a far better time then Papa.
It made me think that with all that is uncertain, they are still little (huge) things that is most likely to stay the same.
I know for certain that if I call said uncle to stay for a weekend, he won't say no. I know that my lovely 6' tall cousin will sleep on the (not even lazyboy) couch to let us sleep in his queen size bed. I know that my now 12 yr old cousin will hug me all weekend long like when he was 4, even if he's now taller then me! I know that lasagna and pizza will be prepared mushroomless for me, without having to ask. I know we'll end up listening to the most silly thing there's on tv, for a good laugh. I expect to have a good time, and you can bet I did.
Mariann stopped being a baby sometime this weekend.There's something about the family you only see 2-3 times a year that make every minutes spent together special and precious. I love that Mariann actually reminded we went last summer and was exited when I told her where we were going. I love how conversation flows like they never were interrupted. I love how they accepted the man I chose so easily and now cherish my children like they were their own grand children (cake and chocolate included).
Family. We don't have a house (yet), but we have a lot of homes to come home to.