Monday, July 30, 2012

Two Weeks to go

I have two weeks left in this beautiful town/area
I will miss the green, the water and of course the Lavender!
I consider Sequim our honeymoon town.  Everything was new to me and always exciting...finding all sorts of new places and views and activities.
Right now my time is spent organizing and packing up my mothers house. 
I am looking forward to being with my hubby again!  ...and being with family
and little baby Carson...who is now 2 1/2 and talking a blue streak!!!
and two new granddaughters and another wedding in April --
blogging has taken a backseat to all this moving stuff..
I haven't even had the time to blog stalk you all!!!!  one of these days life will be normal...or will it? with a new home, new job, mother living with us and 3 different kid and their families in the same area!!!
Yikes! I will be busy!!
but until then, I hope I can at least blog twice a week.  
I mean, I've got things to say! and updates to make!!

4 Wonderful People Who Commented:

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

Just enjoy every bit of it!

Julia said...

I LOVE lavender and I have a blogger friend who stayed in Sequim this past week and took some wonderful pictures of the Lavender Festival. I wish that I could have been there to smell the fragrance.

I've been so busy lately and blogger has really taken a back seat too. I'm trying to reorganize my house and it has been a lot of work with working 7 days a week.

I'm beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel but I still need to stay focused on my goal. JB

Sue said...

I will miss the lavender, too!

;)

Blessings from Cindy said...

Lisa~
So glad that you are finally able to move, but saying goodbye to an area is hard. I miss a lot about where we moved from, especially our daughter and one special friend. We were meant to move and God has his reasons. You will be so blessed by your children & grand~children! The lavender field is gorgeous! I certainly understand the lack of time to blog.. My job has changed my life, but it is a good thing.
Blessings,
Cindy