Saturday, October 6, 2012

New house tour

Because I get bored after having a baby and need some adventure. And for a bunch of other reasons that I can't be bothered going into, we moved house in September.

It's a house in the country which we are currently renting, but hope to buy soon. It's further from town, but not too far to commute. It's on 3 acres and the neighbors are cows and horses.

We kept quiet about moving, mostly because we didn't want anybody to feel obliged to help, since I feel we've used our quota of moving-house-help. Yet still some friends showed up and got stuck in (thank you).

It's been a ton of drama moving from the old place which I haven't fully recovered yet, and honestly the drama isn't fully over yet. But we'll get through.

The plan (ours, not necessarily God's) is to live here until we die. I'd like to never move house ever again if possible. We have many hopes and dreams for this place. Watch this space, I'm sure I'll be posting all about it. I'm super excited to have a place to fix up and build up and make my own.
Here is Hame'lldaeme:




5 comments:

Lenore Webb said...

Moving is so hard but so exciting too. Seeing all the ideas build up. I can't wait to see your progress to come. CONGRATS!

Serina said...

I LOVE your new house! Its so you! Congratulations! I can tell already how happy your family will be here!

Julio Germaine said...

It’s an amazing house – and I know it’ll look better once you got everything settled in. I think the location is great for your new born and the kids. They would have a lot of space where they can play safely. That’s one problem you don’t have to worry now. Plus, you mentioned that it’s further away from town, meaning that taking care of the kids will be more convenient and peaceful. It seems that you thought about this carefully and you were rewarded with a house perfect for you.

Avril Copperfield said...

“But I’m happy. Maybe crazy, but happy.“ Well, that is what’s important, right? That you are contented with what you have. And I’m sure, you’d be able to utilize your backyard for recreational activities with your family. :) I hope you update us once you’ve settled already and tour us around your new house.

Avril Copperfield

lady mommy said...

Hopefully someday I can visit this house! You know, before you die and all. Lol :)