Alicia and the boys are coming today to help me get it ready and stage it. It has been a definite whirlwind. Another house on our block went up for sale last Thursday afternoon and by the end of the evening it had multiple offers and was sold for well over the listing price. Since we are planning to move back to Nebraska after Dennis retires in a year or two anyway, we thought maybe we should take advantage of the market now. Who knows what will be happening in another two years. Our trailer is like a small apartment and I haven’t been home in over a month anyway. If our weather was milder we wouldn’t even have a second thought about doing this. Our severe winters have caused hesitation, but other people have done it and we will survive for one or two winters.
It’s actually fairly exciting and very freeing to get rid of things that have been sitting around. The hardest thing to get rid of is some of my yarn. Mainly it’s just been the old red heart acrylics that have been donated to me from peoples basements, but even that has been hard for me to part with. Ha!
I took this photo at the lake Saturday. It’s another mystery flower to me. It is gorgeous.
I’m also trying to sell this and will end up giving it away if it doesn’t sell. I have absolutely no place to put it. This is probably the thing that tugs at my heart more than anything else. I love Hoosier cabinets and it took me years to find one.
Ah well. Life is full of changes and we are beginning a new adventure. We have lived in this house the longest of any place in my life. Almost 20 years. It’s amazing what you can collect in 20 years!.
I hope you are all well and I will try to keep up on blog’s, but this week will be incredibly crazy.
Wishing you all a wonderful day.