Sorry that I have been missing in action these past few weeks! I have missed you all terribly! Between getting ready for our move to Washington State, having major stress and meltdowns, and a really bad case of the flu (hubby and I have been sick for the last two weeks!), I've not spent any time blogging. You all are like family to me, so I have really missed you!
Today the movers are here, so we are hanging out in the motor home (which will be our home away from home for the next several weeks). And, I finally got a laptop computer (welcome to the 21st century!), so I can stay connected, 'til we get to move into our new place!
So, I thought today I would show you the place where we will be calling home (for awhile, anyway).
This is the view of our "backyard", the Pueget Sound. The Olympia Mountains are in the distance. The house sits high up on a bluff, and there is a park just a minutes drive away, where we can walk along the rocky beach. We hope to learn how to catch crabs, as we both love seafood!
This is the front of the house that we are renting. There are lots of very tall pine trees on the property!
The furniture that you see here is not ours, it will be gone! I just wanted to show you the view from the living/dining room!
Again, none of this is our furniture. I was happy to see that there is a fireplace:)
There is a small deck off from the master bedroom. We hope to see lots of eagles!
Landscaping in the front yard. I will dearly miss my flower beds here in Michigan, but I am glad that I will have this garden to tend to.
One of the neat things about the property is this little guest cottage! I think it is so cute!
Yours truly. This is our deck, where I think we will be spending alot of time!
We are pulling out of here on Sunday, and driving the motor home out there. It's a long, long way out, and I am a bit nervous about that! Hopefully we will stay at some campgrounds along the way where I will have an internet connection, so that I can keep in touch with all of you!
This move really is the hardest thing that I have ever had to do! I love my home state of Michigan. Leaving family and friends, and the house that I love, that I have called home for the past 11 years is just unbearably difficult for me. But, I know that we will be back, and we will live in this house again some day. And knowing that you all are right there, just a click away, really brings me comfort!
I've really missed you all alot (I know, I already said that!), and it feel so good to be back! Hope you have a great day!!