Saturday, 11 September 2010

Moving on

Well the summer is over for us (I know for some it's been over for a while) but the girls went back to pre-school and school on Wednesday *sniff*

I have to admit to being a little sad, its been a fun summer, and the first one that I haven't been working and stressed, or dealing with a teeny baby. But half term is just around the corner, and it's not like we haven't got quite a lot on in the next few weeks.

We put our house on the market in the first week of the summer holidays, and we exchanged yesterday! EEEEEeeeeeeep. Now we just need to pack, move and sort our selves out in the new place. The big day is in 2 weeks time. Best get cracking! OOOh and look at that lavender - must harvest some of that before we go.

It's good to move on, I know that its the right thing, but I do love "our" little house, where the kids have been babies, and grown up.

In the meantime Red Bird Jewellery is on a back burner whilst I pack, sort, organise, change address details on a million things, etc... you know the routine.

I'm hoping to be back with a vengence at the beginning of October in time for the Christmas rush!

5 comments:

  1. Good luck with moving. Just watch your stress levels go up! We did it 5 times with our kids when they were little. Never again. Are you just moving locally?

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  2. I know what you mean, those 6 weeks hols seem to fly by :-( Good luck with the move, hope it goes smoothly.

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  3. bloody hell, that was quick! there's a house on the market across the road from me that's been on for TWO years!

    Hope it all goes smoothly, looking forward to hearing about your adventure!

    hugs

    hello gorgeous xxx

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  4. Adorable kid pics! Hey their car is nicer than mine...no fair! Best of luck with the move.....all will be well....hang in there!

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  5. Thanks for the luck everyone - am thinking we'll need it - didn't realise I had so much stuff!!!

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