Feeling Like a Home
My last post should have been “A Week in Tennessee”. I didn’t realize until we got here that we actually live in TN. The Fort Campbell Army base is located right on the Tennessee/Kentucky border, outside of Clarksville, TN. Although our house is actually located in Tennessee, the Fort Campbell post office is on the Kentucky side, therefore our address is Kentucky… even though we live in Tennessee… Confused yet?
Oh, yes, we have a house! :D It is a bit small, it’s a lot smaller than the one we left in Alaska, but we’re dealing with it. We moved in last week, and 2 days ago (Monday) our household goods were delivered. So, now our small house became even smaller as it’s housing dozens of boxes because we have no storage space! No garage OR basement, so yeah… it sucks. But, at least it is feeling more like a home because I can actually cook, we have our TV and internet hooked up, so that makes things a lot better
I plan on doing another vlog once we get things set up. I thought it would be cool to try and do a vlog from my iPad so I can take you all through the house and show you everything! Does that sound like something people would even be interested in? I thought it’d be a neat idea…. :?:
Today I took our puppy Maya to the vet as she needed to get registered on post and also the Army requires pets to be microchipped, so she had to get that too. I still need to set up an appointment to get her spayed… she is STILL overpowering Dakota a lot and literally walking on her when Dakota is lying down, and I’m hoping that getting her spayed will tone down her dominance. She’s just over 8 months old now, and Dakota is 3 years Both of them will have some adjusting to do! They both have Husky blood in them so they are already feeling the heat! :D