Mr. Nielson and I held hands together and walked into the
title company where we signed our names on documents
to turn over Fox Hill to her new owners.
Surprisingly, it wasn't as painful as I thought, which confirms my
the belief that the right decisions feel peaceful.
After, we went to Fox Hill to pack up our remaining things.
Angus and I walked on the beautiful golden foothills
in our backyard for the last time (and his first time).
Fox Hill stood as a beacon on the hill overlooking the glowing city below.
Wow, I'll miss that house. Oh, how I will miss the cozy chilly evenings
and long summer nights. I'll miss the colors in the fall, the views,
and every day in between.
Everyone keeps asking me why we moved,
and my only answer to that is God.
I was driving in my car one day and heard Holy Ghost tell me
that our family needed to move to the ranch, so we did.
I didn't question the inspiration.
A lot of worrying and stress took (and still takes) a lot of faith, but we are all 100% in.
We live in New Mexico now, and as a family, we decided that if we were
going to move, we all had to have both feet in.
The Little Nies are solid and resilient, and I am proud of them.
God only knows our family's future, and we
believe our future is as bright as our faith.
So if God asks us something, we do it because we trust Him.
We don't shy away from hardship and struggle just because it's hard.
Believe me, I have had plenty of experiences where I have had to
trust in God with everything I have; mind, body, and spirit.
He has never failed me, and I know He never will. Never.
..."All these things shall give thee experience, and shall be
for thy good."