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Sunday, 6 January 2019

Good Sunday Morning

Morning fellow bloggers.  Let me just start out by saying 'THANK YOU' to my fellow bloggers who have expressed concern for our well being. Bless your fuzzy little blogger hearts.  I appreciate it.   I haven't been as active on blogger as usual yet and likely won't be for a few weeks.  The chap is coming this week to reface the kitchen and things will be upside down for a few days.  The worst of it, of course, is that I don't have a desk.  I couldn't bring Bessie with me, she was way too big.  I have a new, smaller, condo sized desk on order but it may take a few weeks.  I did manage to participate in Words for Wednesday and left a short entry on Lissa's blog.  Have no fear, I shall return in full force eventually but in the meantime it will be spotty.
Thanks again guys...you're the best.

11 comments:

  1. I hope you are enjoying your new home. The dust will clear soon and you will have the house you want. Take care.

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  2. Glad to hear you are OK, albeit v busy (and sometimes overwhelmed?). We will keep the lights on for you, and welcome your full return in the fullness of time.

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  3. Happy New Year. hope your renovation work is not too disruptive.

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  4. Kitchen work is the worst, except maybe for bathroom work :D Both are so disruptive to necessary functions.

    Hope it goes smoothly and you're back in the saddle very soon!

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  5. Glad you are alive and well even if you are sans desk and kitchen. Hugs.

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  6. You'll get there! Don't let yourself get beat down. One step at a time.

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  7. Glad to hear you are OK …
    Moving and settling does take a while, but I know you'll get there.

    My good wishes.

    All the best Jan

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  8. This is the time when you get to enjoy feathering your new nest, i hope you do have fun with it to the full!

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  9. Sad that you couldn't fit your old desk and a new one takes so long to arrive, but by then, most other things will have been sorted, so you'll have time to enjoy the newness of the desk.

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  10. In spite of the renovations you're enduring, I hope your first Christmas and New Year's spent in your new digs were fantastic. I am soooo impressed with you. It'd PRETTY MUCH take an act of Congress to get my butt moved out of our old place and into a new one. Just thinking about packing all of our stuff gives me the shivers. So you're brave, lady! And off to a new fabulous start in a new fabulous place. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

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  11. Happy New Year! Moving is such a hassle but worth it in the long run. I wish you much happiness in your new abode.

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