Morning came, and it was time to pack the truck and get ready to leave. After all their hard work of carefully packing, every box was neatly placed on the moving truck. Before long they were ready to go, and it was time for Davy to say goodbye to his buddies one last time. The three friends gave their secret handshake and then huddled together in a big group hug.
After what seemed to be a blur of a morning, the moving truck pulled out of the driveway and began down the road. And just like that, Davy was looking out the back window of his dad’s car. As they drove past Jimmy’s house, the two boys waved. Davy watched as they got farther and farther away. He smiled, thinking about his two friends, and just then, he realized it was time to look forward. He began to look forward to his new house, his new neighborhood and focused on the new adventures he and his family would have once they got settled into the new place his parents found for them.
“Yes,” he thought to himself. “This is going to be all right, after all. Sure I’m going to miss those guys, but things are going to be all right. I’m going to be just fine.”
Summer seemed to go by so fast while Davy and his family were settling into their new home. Together they made it feel all nice and cozy. They were really enjoying the new neighborhood. Just down the road from their house was a park that Davy and his sister went to all the time. It had a nice playground with swings and a really big slide that Davy liked. It was super fast! He went down the slide over and over again. Susie
As his faith in God grew, Davy started to feel more relaxed about what was to come from this move and all the possibilities in store for him.
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