30 days ago I didn't live in WA.
30 days ago I could walk next door to my mother's house.
30 days ago I didn't have to figure out time differences.
30 days ago I could take my kids to Chuck E. Cheese, Chick-Fil-A or Fun Depot.
30 days ago I lived in a house that my Nannie and Papa built and filled with memories.
30 days ago I lived in the state that I had called home since 1984.
Today I live in a house built in 2008.
Today I live in a state where you can stand at the shoreline and look up and see mountain ranges
covered in snow.
Today I can ride a ferry for fun with my children.
Today I can look outside my windows and see evergreen trees that are three or four stories tall.
Today I am learning that home is more than geography.
The difference a month can make. Today I'm a little melancholy and a tad homesick, but filled hope and joy for a life of growth, change and faith building. 30 days ago I didn't think I could. Today I know that not only can I but I did.