Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Getting there . . .

For the last five weeks, here's what I've been doing:  week 1, moving, unpacking; 




week 2, trip to Maine; Week 3, unpack and go see my sister; 

week 4 both M's brothers and their families here, then go to Albany for a 50th wedding anniversary for M's aunt and uncle, week 5, M's parents come for a visit, clean and put bedrooms back together after previous visitors, work on on-line class, spend time with M's folks. 

Min is still planning her Spring wedding.  Here's a shot of her and L, her fiance.  She's in an arm stand, like a hand stand, and his legs are straight up against her.  I wish she would have sent me the whole picture, so you could see the balancing act, but this is what I got.  


Min is continuing her acrobatics training and modeling.  Here's a picture of her lighted hool-a-hoop act.

 

So it might not sound like much, but I've been very busy, and out of town way too much.  The house is now all "put together," meaning all the furniture is set up, pictures hung, stuff in cupboards.  I still have two small boxes in the kitchen to get to, and the entire basement is full of boxes for the office and craft room that need to be taken care of, plus the garage is piled high with moving boxes that need to be cut and flattened so they can be stored in the basement for any future move.  So that's a very brief description of all I've been doing. Needless to say, I've been working every spare moment, so I hope you'll forgive me for my blogging absence.  One good thing, we are having a lovely cool summer and gorgeous sunsets here at the new house.
 

3 comments:

OldLady Of The Hills said...

You have been really really busy! Trips and Visitors and getting everything unpacked-----You Are AMAZING!
Great picture of Min and her beau.....So talented!!!

Vancouver Voyeur said...

Thanks Naomi. I can't to see what this place is like on a weekend.

CyberKitten said...

Looks like the 'heavy lifting' is over! Now comes the pleasure of settling in.... Oh, and nice sunset. We tend to have pretty good ones here - though mainly due the pollution from an industrial estate a few miles away [grin]. It's a sort of 'swings & roundabouts' thing really.

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