However, since we had given a 30 day notice and told our apt. manager that we were leaving, they had already found renters for our apartment, and we are still forced to move. Through this whole experience that is the one piece of news that really got to me and stressed me out. I hated the thought of having to move, not because we want to, but because we are being forced to, (even though it is our own fault.) So, after a lot of praying and a little bit of crying, everything has turned out okay. In our entire complex there is not one single opening, but we found out that the people upstairs from us just happened to want to move out right now, but didn't want to break their contract and pay a fee. So, they hadn't really talked to the manager or anything yet. When I told him about our circumstance he said that he had felt that there was some sort of situation going on. I told him that I was sure it was all in answer to our prayers. He was more than excited to move out immediately to let us move in, and in so doing save him from paying a fee for breaking his contract. What can I say, we are happy we could help! ;)
Wow, so many blessings. Had we moved out to Boulder and taken the job it could have potentially been financially devastating. And even though I wasn't too thrilled about moving at all, I have seen a lot of good come out of this. Such as some really good deep cleaning and dejunking is being done, we will move into a nice clean apartment that has been renovated, , it is on the back side of the complex so it will be quieter and darker at night (away from the parking lot lights,) and we will no longer have to deal with noisy upstairs neighbors! Now I guess we'll be the ones making noise for the folks below. As I was praying for help this past week, I wasn't sure how the Lord could make it all work out okay, but my testimony has been strengthened all the more that there is nothing too great for the Lord.