A lot of catching up to do
This is a photo of a tulip that was blooming in the midst of our home's time on the market. I did get around to downloading this image, but only now had a moment to share it. It is amazing to me to see how lush everything was not that long ago. Spring flew by and I hardly had a chance to take note of it. I remember grumbling, at the time I snapped this, about how I didn't really even have a moment to spare to photograph my tulips.
Actually, we are only now just getting started. After all the work of putting our house on the market, keeping it in show condition, making it through inspections, boxing our stuff up, boxing our stuff up, and yet more boxing our stuff up, we have henceforth carried all our earthly possessions to our new abode, set them down with as much organizational forethought as possible, and have proceeded to gut the new living quarters. And I thought a kitchen remodel was a nightmare. Silly me. Try keeping your kitchen in boxes in your car (where they will stay reasonably dust-free), cooking on a camp stove, and dining regularly with the mosquitos.
We are just glad it is summer and the living is supposedly easy.
More when I get another breather.
Is anybody actually still out there reading this neglected blog?
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