It’s been two days since I quit my job to start a business and work freelance full-time in the middle of nowhere. I left Nova on friday and cried most of the way home. Why you may ask? Well, to answer that in the shortest way possible … I left family. Most people really never find a job they can love, grow, and feel wanted. I found that job right out of college and I left it to live closer to my wife’s and I parents. Honestly, it was the hardest decision I have ever made.
Day One was filled with unpacking, talking, catching up, and more unpacking.
Day Two started with church. Something I have been really worried about. We visited Branch Christian Fellowship in Paulding, Ohio. I had a great time there and the service was honest and true. We ate lunch with the Cramers and watched Luke play with tools and their dog Co-Co.
After a great lunch my wife and I headed to our farm to check the process of you pig barn. Our barn is being built now right next to where I grew up. It’s really, really big. Photos will not do it justice, but here are a few.
My wife and I stopped at my grandma’s to pick apples. Surprizingly, my grandma never had apples until this year. It’s was a totally a new thing to do on the farm. It was a good time for me and my wife to talk about things and enjoy each others company while our kids napped at my parents house.
Well Day Two of quiting my job is over. Onto day 3. Lots of work and lots of apples to take care off.