After some hiccups on Friday 7th, we are in our new home. We do have internet, finally yesterday, but no landline,so I am very thankful to have a smart phone.Some boxes have been unpacked, and the cardboard is on the trailer. This is not as much as the first load that has already gone to the transfer station.
The little playhouse is full of camping gear, maybe that will get sold. I cannot see myself out in the wilderness and sleeping in a tent ever again.
The wonderful large cutting table has a sheltered place on the verandah meantime, and this is a great place for the clothes lines The clothes dryer is also meantime out there.
And, naturally, in case you have wondered, the long arm quilting frame is inside. I have found a place for it, but, also meantime, it has STUFF on it.
So far quite a bit of shuffling things around, leaving so many boxes to un-pack later on, and one new appliance. The old dish washer recycled itself, from a rinse to a heavy duty wash all over again!!! and on inspection, the pump was failing. A new Bosch, the wonderful men came, took the old one away,the new one fitted in perfectly, and all is well in the kitchen.
I have missed, SO much, having the internet and reading of all your news, catching up with the Bears for November and December, and reading of your travels, and some with tears as I learn of serious health issues. New animals, starry night skies, snow, music, and walks on the beach and the quilts both North and South.
Maybe my life will be back to normal, my Bernina will be out of the box, and some sewing and quilting will start again.
Meantime fondest greetings to every one of my blog friends , may there be sunshine and love in your lives.
Quotation of the day, author unknown
“ Be thankful for all help given,
all love, friendship and tenderness offered
that will make each day so much easier,
and remember to share your own happiness and sadness with friends”
Greetings from Jean.