Saturday, September 12, 2009

No, I haven't succumbed to the paint fumes . . . . yet. But there are times when I think I am perilously close. We have been notified that our 'stuff' will be here on Monday. Then the games will begin in earnest. I'll be occupied with the task of undoing all those boxes that I filled up just a few weeks ago.
It will be at least a week before we have an internet connection, but I'll be back. Hopefully with pictures - if I can find the USB cord for the camera that is.

14 comments:

stitchinpenny said...

I hope your move is turning into a great adventure and opportunity to put your personal touch on a new and different space. Can't wait for the pictures.

Mimi said...

It must sound so wonderful to you that your stuff will be there soon and you will be all settled in. Here's hoping that everything goes smoothly and quickly.

Quilter Kathy said...

Keep at it girl! You must be exhausted...I can't imagine! Hope you are still loving your new home and once your quilts fill every room, you can relax again!

paula, the quilter said...

How exciting! Unpacking is actually a good thing because you get to discover new places to put things. It is the remembering where you put them that will be hard for a while. *smile*

Quilt Hollow said...

I'm excited for you...it will be fun really making the home yours with all your own treasures!!

Wendy said...

You'll be very busy finding spots for all your treasures. Have fun.

Nancy in Norway said...

Moving houses is not my favorit thing. A lot of work and organazing. Good luck to you. Looking forward to see photos from your new home.

Stina said...

Good luck with th unpacking!!!! :o) I love that... not the packing..;o)) Have fun!!

yellowfarmhouse said...

Good Luck Libby - I know you will have that home warm and cozy in no time. Hope you share some snap shots :).

Hugs - karen

The Rabbit Factory said...

Love your new home...it's so beautiful! Love the color you are painting the living room as well! Good luck with the unpacking.

Guðrún said...

I am glad you are still alive and well :) Soon the house will be "your" new home.

Judy said...

I wondered how the "moving the stuff" was accomplished. I thought, gosh I hope it didn't travel just to be unloaded into storage there and have to be reloaded and moved again! I never thought about them storing it and sending it later. Good to know it on it way and almost ready to arrive~!

Candace said...

Why does it take so long for your stuff to arrive, Libby? Do they park it somewhere until you give the go-ahead? We'll all be waiting with baited breath to see your progress! Happy unpacking!
Cheers!

Linda, NE Iowa said...

I'm always so anxious to read your updates. I must admit that I'm very envious of your exciting life right now - the move to a completely different area of the U.S. and a wonderful new home. Now, the painting I'm not envious of but it's necessary to make it your home. Looking forward to pictures after you're all moved in.