Friday, June 26, 2015

The "Good Morning From..." series

On Facebook I have posted a series of "Good Morning from our House to Yours" posts, as spaces became photograph-able... it was suggested that I collect them here so enjoy!

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Internet installed!

Last Friday was the last time I posted here... it is very complicated to post on the blog from the iPhone. I am so glad to be back on Blogger! Here are some facebook posts that recap the moving saga...

Friday, June 19, 2015

Moved and no internet

Everything went well and we are loving envything about the new house! Few times in life we have been so grateful! 

Alas, it is a lot of work, in three levels plus outside... Mowing, planting, decorating, organizing closets, moving furniture, sorting through every item in every box and dropping things off at different donation centers.

And all this while caring for Number Three who is recovering from knee ACL surgery, requiring different types of attention. 

On top of it all the lack of Internet takes us and our iPads to different coffee shops in town but these sessions are never enough to truly get caught up! 

Last night Number Four and I finally planted the few vegetables I had purchased the week before we moved. We are all so delighted to have a yard again! 

I will try and post some of the daily facebook posts I have been sharing from our new house. 

Saturday, June 13, 2015

Moving Day

I just put these three paper friends away, tucked into one of my desk drawers. We made them out of paper, colors, and much love, shortly after we moved here. They have been the first things I see as I come down the stairs early every morning. They are consistently serene, cheerful, prayerful. The holy Abbess Saint Walburga, reminding me of my dear little  Sister Marta OSB; Saint Therese de Lisieux, Number Six's dearest saint and confirmation patroness; St Juan Diego, on of the cutest paper saints Number Seven ever created! They were my three cheerful morning greeters here at the townhouse! We will miss the days here as we were comfortable and warm during the frustrating house-hunting months.