The time has finally come to tell you all what has been going on the last few months.
In a few short weeks we will be leaving our home on The Ridge to start a new chapter of life in a new house which will hopefully become home once again.
At first I had mixed feelings about leaving our country home but this move seems to be the right thing to do for our family at this time in our life.
There are definitely things I will miss but also things I’ll be glad to leave behind.
It has been a long couple of months and at times we thought everything with the sale of our house was going to fall apart.
We had 3 failed water tests and no water for a month, that was definitely an interesting time. Just when things were all starting to pile on top of me and I could take no more things all started to get better and work out THANK GOODNESS!
It has been an interesting summer to say the least but we are hopeful things will only look up from here on out.
I think the transition will be the most difficult for the dogs….. there will no longer be free roam on 44 acres and copious amounts of bushes to explore in. Then again they are getting older and have definitely slowed down in pace, maybe they won’t mind at all….
I did start these plain vanilla socks which is about all my brain can handle right now. I’m using Knit Picks Felici in the Lighthouse colourway. My super cute bag was a prize I won on aplayfulday’s blog. The bag is made by That Clever Clementine and won through Lisa of Indie Untangled. Her site features new Indie dyers and makers and when their store updates will be so you will always stay in the know. The bag I won is actually a notions bag but it fits a sock wip in it so that’s what it is currently being used for. It’s the perfect small bag to throw into something else as you are heading out the door.
I have a few things I would like to show you before we make the move but if I don’t get around to it you will know I’ve just got my head stuck in a box somewhere.
You can keep tabs with me on Instagram if you so wish until I get back.
I’m truly hoping the rest of this move goes smoothly!