I am beginning a new chapter in my life. After the frustrations with the damage that was done to my house, I realized that I was ready to make some changes in my life. I have moved to the city of Wilmington and have left my country setting behind.
I am close to both of my daughters so I will get to see them much more often. And, that means my grandchildren can come to visit a lot more. What a difference just being fifteen minutes away from them makes.
I am still unpacking and trying to get my quilting room together. I had to give a lot of things up, but I was surprised to learn that it was easier than I would have thought. I feel free of all the “stuff” we all hold onto. I have learned that we just don’t need it. Our memories are in our hearts. Don’t misunderstand, I did keep a few things from my past. There is always something you can’t part with. 🙂
Yesterday was my birthday. My daughter Samantha had me over for dinner and cake and ice cream. It was a lovely evening. I have neglected my blogs. I think I will now be able to put the time into them again and maybe even write something worth reading.
Have a wonderful day!
Has really kicked me in the butt. I am still not in my home and I have no idea when that will change. Seems that many of the workers have left NC and gone to Florida which has left a big hole in the recovery of our state.
I have been blessed with a wonderful friend who has opened her home to me and made me feel as though I am home. I miss the blogosphere. I will return as soon as I can. In the meantime, I wish all of my fellow bloggers a very Blessed Merry Christmas.
Just a quick update.
We are still stuck in Virginia. The roads remain flooded in NC. The kids and the animals are handling it well. I dare say better than Kelly and I are. Thankfully there is a pool the kids can burn some energy in.
It started raining here today, but it’s not heavy. I think where we are in Virginia Florence will be missed by the storm. I sure hope so.
If we were having coffee this morning, I would tell ya’ll about my experience evacuating my home because that very rude Florence has come to visit. She had the audacity to park right on top of my house! Can you believe it? My house is located just about where the white dot is in this picture. Needless to say, I will most likely be going home to a mess. However, after being in a car with 9 cats, 2 dogs, a rabbit, and a lizard, we arrived in Virginia safe and sound.
We were a caravan of three. My son in law, his dad, my grandson and 4 cats in the lead car. Me with 2 dogs, 2 cats and the lizard in the middle. My daughter and grandson and granddaughter and 3 cats, the rabbit in the rear. Just before arriving at the hotel, someone slammed on their breaks and caused a pileup. Thank God we all were untouched by it.
So we are staying in a wonderful hotel, Homewood Suites. The staff is wonderful. It’s pet-friendly so no problem with the animals. We certainly lucked out there.
I know that I have been absent for longer than I realized. Life has been busy. My daughter and her kids are living with me temporarily while work is being done on her house. So, time is limited if you know what I mean?
I would ask for prayers because I have no idea what I will find when I get home.
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Taken at Disney in Orlando.
Tuesday’s Chatter is hosted on Brew n Spew for your creative pleasure. This week’s word is Swanky.
image from Vecteezy
The time had come
The time was right
For venturing out
Into the lights
Dresses that dazzle
Those famous fools
Then dinner right after
At that swanky place
Cocktails and caviar
A prelude to scorn?
To every lad and lass
Money and fame
Doesn’t mean you have class