Friday, February 17, 2012

A New Year Of Changes!

Our family is in for big changes this year. My dear hubby has a job transfer and we shall be relocating to another state. I wasn't so sure how I felt about this at first. I guess I am still in shock, hard to believe, being as we are only back in Florida just over a year now! So much work packing, selling the house, moving everything ourselves..
As we get older, it gets harder and harder to do.
We are already looking at homes in the new small country town we will be calling home. There is one home that we are very interested in that looks like the type of home I have always wanted since I was a little girl. It is a big house, two stories,  with a big country front porch and a nice swing on the porch. We wanted to make sure that the master bedroom is on the first floor, which it is, because we are thinking this may be our forever home. The property is over an acre in size and it is at the end of a cul-de-sac. It is all very exciting, but the thought of all the work that lies ahead of us brings me the thoughts of much stress and worry.
There is so much to do, packing, cleaning, showing of the house, hoping the selling/buying pans out perfectly.
I am not worried about being in a new town, being as I have already made new friends and we have already made many new connections, both my husband and I! God has a plan indeed.
Please won't you think of us as we go through yet another transition in our lives.
I have gotten all my tests results back from the doctor and everything was good. Praise God! I indeed have reflux and I have to stay on medicine for that.

We are blessed with a 4 day weekend..so I get to sleep in for 4 full days! Yippie! :)
This weekend will be filled with packing boxes and the beginning of major cleaning..
oh, and of course, burying the Saint Joseph Statue in the front yard!

Raggedystitches,
Louise

7 comments:

  1. I wish you were moving to TN. Would love to get to meet you in person. What state are you moving to??????

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  2. So much work, but the possible home sounds wonderful. Are you moving closer to me?!

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  3. Sorry - I also meant to say how happy I am with your diagnosis. Reflux isn't fun, but it's better than so many other possibilities. Blessings to you!

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  4. Oh! Goodness! I hope things go smoothly for you Louise and glad your results turned out okay. X

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  5. I hope all works out well for you with your move. St. Joseph did well for us in the sale of our house and I hope for yours too. Hope you still have time to blog -- love coming here!
    Cathy

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  6. I hope all goes well with your move. St. Joseph helped us with the sale of our house and hopefully will do so for yours. Love your blog!
    Cathy

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  7. Glad that everything at the hospital turned out ok and it is just reflux. Good luck with the selling/buying and the move. Look forward to see pics of your new home.

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Louise