Also, the bugs? I have never seen so many bugs. The first time I left the light on the porch on, I could see all the bugs swarming around it. I felt like that scene in the Mist where the giant bugs are about to crash through the grass. Ugh. Bugs are gross. Then there's the darkness. I've never lived somewhere that gets completely dark at night. Like pitch black. It is going to take some getting used to. At night, our yard is darker than the sky. It's pretty eerie.
Finally, there's the fact that we might have some poison ivy in the backyard. I was picking all the weeds, and there were a lot of them. I started to pick a weed when I realized that it had three leaves. Since I've never in my life seen poison ivy, I had to ask Craig. We aren't positive, but we are erring on the side of caution and assuming that it is. Also, apparently I am not allergic since I picked it up before I realized what it was. I don't want CJ touching it. With his allergies, it's pretty much guaranteed that he'd have a reaction. Take a look at the pictures country folk. Is it poison?
So that's what I've been up to for the last few weeks. Moving ourselves into the house. We have a lot of stuff, and CJ likes to be in the center of anything. It is impossible to accomplish anything with a two year old around, so the unpacking is probably going to take until we move again. I will have some reviews and giveaways coming up, so stay tuned. Also give me some advice on living in the country, if you have any.