When Daphne started school, I wasn't expecting to cry. I did.
When Beck started school, I was expecting to cry. I didn't.
When I moved away from my old house, I was expecting to feel heartbroken. I'm not.
When we got our trampoline, I was expecting it to be a pain. It isn't.
When we got a house with no upstairs, I was expecting the house to feel strange. It doesn't.
I was expecting to hate having an open backyard that we share with the neighbors. I don't.
I was expecting having more space to be awesome. But not this awesome!
I expected our garage would be so full of stuff we wouldn't be able to park in it for months. It isn't. (One of us is parking in it already).
I expected having air conditioning to be nice and cool. I didn't expect the basement to feel like Antarctica.
I expected there to be more kids in our new neighborhood than the last one. There aren't.
I expected the general population at church to be much younger. It isn't.
I didn't expect the neighbors and ward to be friendly and nice. They are!
I expected having to drive the kids 10 minutes to school and back would drive me nuts. It doesn't.
I didn't expect there to be horses, cows and goats living across the street. There are.
I expected the hot tub we inherited at this house to go unused. It isn't.
There are lots of things about my life lately that have been other than I expected. But I was NEVER expecting this...