Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Good 'Moving' News...

Well, I thought I would take a break from travel posting and fill ya in on some good news we got last week. Though, keep in mind that all that I tell you is still in the works and subject to change, as all things seem to be in the Air Force, but it's still exciting for Chad & I, so come on and be excited with us. Ha. :)

We found out last week that our names have been put on the VML (Vulnerable to Move List) for the spring of 2010 (yay! that's what we were hoping for!). So, Chad took it upon himself to speak with the colonel to remind him of our hopes to go to Dyess AFB in Abilene. The colonel then wrote us an e-mail that said that he has all of that and us on the top of his radar & that he would do some checking for us to see about openings and our chances of getting what we want. We then received word not long after that, again through e-mail, that the people in charge of moves and assignments had reported that Dyess looks very promising for us & that we shouldn't have any trouble getting an assignment there for sometime probably between Feb. & May of this coming year.

What great news that is for us! That puts us a mere 90 miles away from my whole family and back in Texas where my roots (and the roots of our new family) are so excited to grow. That also means that Kenady will only be about 6 months old at the oldest when we pack up and head home to Tejas. Praise God for His great plans & for making this situation a promising one. We can't wait to be back in our homeland! :)

3 comments:

Shaunna said...

Some AF friends of mine are getting moved to Dyess next month! Leah, her husband Steve, and their 3 kiddos! Their youngest child, Jack was just born in July, so he and Kenady could definitely be buddies! Keep me posted, because I think the Sellers and the Kopers could become great friends, and have lots of fun together!

clw said...

That IS great news! Yay for you two!!! I know that's what you guys wanted!

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clw said...

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