raelen walks into the kitchen and smells the bacon i’m cooking for our dinner – “yummers!! i can’t believe you’re making something that i like!”
she hated it. see below.
moving into a new house is a great opportunity to reevaluate one’s belongings – to decide what you really want and what you don’t need to keep anymore, to organize and find places for everything, and find that there just isn’t a place anymore for some things…
we moved in on friday, and saturday morning we started tearing apart the upstairs. we’re going to be building the kids’ bedrooms up there, so there is an element of, “gotta get it done”. …of course, by saturday night, with the calming presence of ian and lesley gone, peter and i sat upstairs together going, [...]
so far so good. we’ve been doing a lot of unpacking – kids have been playing in the increasingly less empty rooms, and we’ve been playing outside. watching our birds at the feeders. That’s a family toast in the bottom picture – first night in the new house…couldn’t find the cups…
we’re in our new house. we’ve got some views.