My people will abide in a peaceful habitation, in secure dwellings, and in quiet resting places. ~ Isaiah 32:18
The Schulz’s are homeowners! I, Bronwyn, am sitting in my new dining room as I write. I am drinking coffee. My new puppy is sleeping on a huge Costco dog bed. Life is good. Being in the Pass has allowed us to pursue the things that matter to us. Community, the outdoors, and slow living.
The Pass has only one grocery store, everyone knows your name, and those are just some of the quirks of living in a small town. And yet it allows for deep community, people here rely on each other. They show up when you move (unless it's a global pandemic, then they have a convenient excuse… but afterward, they call and ask how it went, which is also very nice).
I am stoked about this house. We’ve lived here for one week. Josh has already set up the dart board and I have given a facetime tour to at least 800 people. It's a beautiful and lovely space. We’ll have a housewarming party, and people will come and gather, once we are done social distancing.
Owning a home is a dream that I never thought I would see. And yet, here we are: A house, two cats, a puppy, and a job I love. I am grateful. When restrictions are lifted, and you are able to mingle again, please come and visit! When you enter my house, per the guidance provided in Luke 10:5, first say, ‘Peace be to this house!’ After that, drink coffee, stay in our guest bedroom, share a meal! I’d love to host you. In my house.