There's a saying here in Michigan that says if you don't like the weather, wait 15 minutes and it will change. Well, as with life changes, that often rings true! While some changes are welcome and easy, others can be quite difficult and stressful.
For me, major life changes don't come easy.
If you've been visiting me for awhile, you know that hubby and I lived in beautiful Washington State a few years ago for his job. Well, Washington has been calling, and we've been dreaming of moving back there ever since.
So, we are putting our house on the market!
We've been hard at work for the past few months sprucing up our home, working on projects both big and small. I've been decluttering, purging, cleaning and organizing. I've lost count how many trunk loads of things I've donated so far!
Hubby's son is a professional photographer, and the other night he came over for a photo shoot. We knew his photos would be so much better than we or our realtor could take!
We were really impressed with his work and are so thankful for his help!
So, here is a little tour of our home...........
I'll let the pictures do most of the talking!
The hard part for me is not knowing when or even if our house will sell. We aren't desperate or anything, we don't have to move.
But, if our house does sell, our plan is to move back to Washington for good!
I've never shown you an overview of my craft room. Notice my treadmill at the far end of the room, gathering dust? In all the craziness, I have neglected my exercising and desperately need to get back into a routine!
This by far was the most challenging room for me to declutter!
We are both neat nuts and never have alot of stuff just laying around the house. But with all of my craft supplies and things from my Etsy shop stashed here and there, I had my work cut out for me!
So, the thought of possibly moving is bittersweet. We love our home and yard, and I know that we really would miss it. It is a huge part of us. I know that so many of you can relate to that.
Hubby even flew his son around our place to get some cool aerial shots!
I just love this one, below!
And this is a view of our lake.
So, we are anxious, nervous, and worn out!
I am trying my best to leave it all in God's hands (for me that is easier said than done!).
He knows what path we should take.
I'll keep you posted.................
Enjoy a safe and fun Memorial Day Weekend!