Friday, March 23, 2007

Hartland Here We Come!!

It's official! My wonderful husband James was offered the position in Hartland Township as their Township Manager. We are SO EXCITED! The community is much larger and the opportunities there are much better for our family.
We prayed long and hard as a family about this opportunity since it presented itself in early Febraury. The kids are good with this move and see it as an answer to prayer. Talk about a teachable moment. Pray for their transition as they are moving and making new friends.

I'm going to brag about my husband by putting this link on, it's the article they wrote in the Hartland paper regarding the decision to hire him. I'm so proud of him!
http://www.dailypressandargus.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070321/NEWS01/703210334/1002

BIG PRAYER REQUEST> HOUSING
We still have the home in Ann Arbor for sale. Our desire is to be able to make one move to Hartland and not have to move again for a long time. Please pray for God's will. He has a spot for us, we just need direction on where that is.

Thank you all and we'll keep you posted on the happenings and a move date.

7 comments:

Jenny said...

Praise the Lord!!!

Anonymous said...

I second that Jenny!! And I loved the newspaper article- very impressive! Congratulations James- love, the Veihls

Phil Luter said...

I am very proud of my newest son. I think Hartland is a great community and this is a wonderful opportunity. It is a great answer to prayer.

Travis,Stephanie, Olivia & Alex said...

How Awesome, we are soooo happy for you guys and Congrats James ! How cool it is that you still will be fairly close !! yeah :)
Love you all ! exciting times ahead.

Kelly Glupker said...

Congratulations!

Kimberly Schwab said...

Congrats guys! When you get a chance, forward me some info on that house you have for sale and I will take it to base and post it k. Hope to see you all soon.

Pam said...

Hey Kim,
James sent you the info. Hope we had the right e-mail!
THanks for thinking of us. You'll have to come visit when we get settled.