Monthly Archives: July 2019

Still Very Busy

As you can see, my couch was delivered today by two charming young men who happily carried the old one into the barn where I covered it with drop sheets. And there it is. I adore the colour – 100% … Continue reading

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Shopping Day

The photos aren’t very good because I took them quickly and didn’t even turn on the lights – but I just thought I’d show you all that I am indeed home and the pictures are up on the walls. And … Continue reading

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Move In Day

No – I did not sleep well last night. I was out by 7 a.m. with Abby, hauling stuff upstairs. And then the show began. Paul fired up the forklift. Julie arrived with Everett. Ticker arrived. And of course, Nicky … Continue reading

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On the Island

Abby is trying to figure out sleeping in the big house. What she really wants is to be upstairs in the stable. This feels strange to her. But she was awfully excited to be back. Ran right up the stairs … Continue reading

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Packed

  There it is: my last night in this room, in this house, with this man. Mixed feelings? You bet. But we are moving on. This morning, with amazing help from Brent and Peter, we got the truck loaded in … Continue reading

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Busy

It’s all about moving now. And, keeping up with my practice. This is the balance – the way to keep calm and make it through all this with ease. Simon and I just picked up the truck. Now – it’s … Continue reading

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A Final Walk

I had a chance to take a last walk with Sheila today – out on the Awesome Trail. We timed it perfectly: it was a chilly foggy morning but at the exact time we left to meet up at Bannock … Continue reading

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