Many of my blogging friends already know that I have been hoping to move to the West Country and I am at long last happy to say that it shouldn’t be much longer! So February is filled with de-cluttering, cleaning, packing and LOTS of boxes! Not much time for taking photographs I’m afraid, but I hope you will enjoy my first Cornish sunset with me from my new home.
And, yes, that is MY corkscrew hazel(?) tree 🙂
The Cardinal is continuing his photo project throughout 2016 – a blogging event, a monthly photo challenge. Read his blog for the new rules this year (he is running two versions) and to view his interpretation and those of other participants.
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Oh dear Jude hope by now you have dates sorted and the move is all under control. Certainly a frantic February for you. But what delights ahead for you if that gorgeous sunset and tree silhouette are the forerunners of things to come. Hugs to you and don’t forget to breathe…. Btw today (the 5th) is both our birthdays and in a weeks time we are moving too….
Happy birthdays to both of you – how amazing to share the same date! And moving? Where to this time?
Just come back from am amazing Chinese cultural dance concert we treated ourselves to. We are moving back upstairs as we don’t plan to do any long term travel or house sits this year. But still have to cart all our stuff up stairs. Good opportunity for another big de-clutter. Where does all the stuff come from???
So have you been letting out the upstairs then? I am quite looking forward to living on (mainly) one floor again. I loved the flat from that aspect, much easier to clean too. I’m chucking out loads of stuff! And still have books that I can’t yet part with.
Yes we had friends renting upstairs and looking after the garden while we were away and we lived downstairs in the granny flat when we were home. I love our very little space we have called home for 6 years. But upstairs I will have lovely decks both back and front. 🙂
That sounds lovely and it will be nice to be able to spread about.
You’ll be in for some beautiful sunsets by the looks of things once you move, gorgeous view. I’ve got a corkscrew hazel 🙂 I don’t know how you manage to blog at all with all you’ve got on your plate Jude. I hope you’re feeling a little less stressed since writing this, and know a moving date which helps…hopefully not too long to go now, at least to get the actual move over with… xx
Still to book the removers Sherri, but at last the quotes are in. I could buy a small car for less! Never moving again unless it is within 30 miles! Feeling a little less stressed since I got the house cleaned, but I shall relax more once I have the removers booked!
Yikes…everything is so expensive. We looked into the cost of storage and that alone is horrendous. Oh that’s good…getting the removers booked is an important step. Then you have something to aim for and then…you can move in at long last and not think of moving again…big hug for you my friend xx
I see from the article at
that there are different interpretations of the boundaries of the West Country. How do you interpret the term?
I’d say West Dorset, Devon, Somerset and Cornwall. We are moving a long way west!
In the mid-1800s in the United States there was an admonition to “Go west, young man.”
I always wanted to go east – to Australia 😉
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