December 25, 2016

Coming Out Of A Long Siesta!

Hello fellow blogging friends.  I am hoping a lot of you still have me on your daily readers, although I have given you nothing to read for well over a year!  We sold our farm in May 2015 and hubby moved me back home to Alabama and boy, has it been a ride!

I do say, I rather not ever have to move again!  It is not for sissies!!

In with trying to keep the website business afloat, and hubby finding employment along with repairs to our home and re-doing some of the home so it better suited us, it has taken a long time to be able to just breathe and enjoy our new place. I left the studio for last as I felt the other areas in the home were much more important.  And we had to leave some things in NC until we could go back to get them and quite a few things for my sewing studio were what we had to leave.  Setting up my space without those items was next to impossible and I did not want to go buy new things to use so I patiently waited.  Hubby got a weeks vacation this past September so we went to visit his family and we rented a UHaul so we could bring the rest of everything home with us.

I am almost ready to make photos of my new studio spaces and will be ready on New Years Day to share our new home and my new studios with you!  So I hope you will all come for a visit.


P.S. -
I began cleaning up my blog this weekend so you may see long periods of lost time in between certain posts.   I am deleting past giveaways and such as that so any brand new readers will not think they are current.  

7 comments:

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Welcome back to blogland. We will be so happy to see your new home and regular posts again.
Happy New Year.

Unknown said...

Welcome back. I agree -- moving is not for sissies. We moved from IL to AL 3 1/2 years ago to be near our oldest daughter. That included downsizing from about 5000 sq. ft. to about 2700. What a job! I definitely hope we can live in this house until they carry us out. I am a firm believer in letting the children handle ones accumulated treasures:) Where do you live in AL? We live in Tuscaloosa. There is a wonderful guilt guild here. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

Jeanna said...

Yay! It is so nice to have you back, Thearica. I look forward to seeing your new home and studio and also see what you create in the new space.

Carol S. said...

Welcome back! Moving is definitely not for sissies and sure makes sewing nearly impossible.

Sarah Aldrich said...

SarahsQuilting here. I learned about you a while back from other blogs I follow and added you to my reading list even though you were not posting at the time. I'm thrilled to see you back. I am both a sane and a crazy quilter, though CQ is my real love. We redid my sewing studio this year and while I haven't quite finished it, it's a joy to have a refurbished space. I am sure you will enjoy yours.

Theresa said...

It's wonderful to see you back. Looking forward to seeing your new home and sewing space.

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