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In a crisis torn, South American country, only little Ann's faith, her determination, and one young woman could help keep her dreams of escape alive.

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This is the picture of an empty, unloved living room in the sad, ignored house we hope to fill with colour and love, and the noise of our family

So, we moved house on Saturday and have finally cut all links with our old place. Of course, we have boxes still piled high and some building work to get done, but all our worldly and not-so-worldly possessions are finally all in the same place.


There were many complications and our phone still does not work, but hey, it could be a lot worse. Thank God, I can now look forward to blogging (at least part-time while I paint and decorate), but by the end of the week, I'll be able to visit all my friends to say hi to you again.

I'm very excited at the prospect and will be working very hard over the next month to rebuild all my links and contacts I now seem to have lost in the last 3 weeks or so.

It's very difficult to express how hard the last weeks have been, how all-encompassing and sometimes totally frustrating it was for us all. This is why my husband and I have promised each other, no more moving until we retire to Mexico!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hope you have many happy peaceful years in your new home Anne :)

banana_the_poet/Michele Brenton said...

I didn't mean to post anonymously - my computer went funny for a moment - sorry.

Agnieszkas Shoes said...

Anne, I'm delighted you're finally there. I hope you can get to take if not a long then at least some kind of a breather. And you needn't worry about rebuilding links with people - no one's going to have forgotten you :)

Johanna said...

Congratulations on having completed what is undoubtedly one of the most stressful things on earth! Now you can sit back and find a home for all your things and enjoy the summer!

Judy Sheldon-Walker said...

Anne, I last moved in June of 1994 and still have unpacked boxes my children stashed in the attic. I would not wish all that work on anyone, but having a new place IS awesome. Enjoy and God bless! I hope you feel better.

Icy BC said...

I'm sure you will make this space a beautiful home, and creating many happy memories..Take your time, and look after your health..Love!

Loree said...

Moving can be stressful and fun and exciting and so many other things rolled into one. But it's a new beginning so enjoy it and put your own mark on your new house :)

myletterstoemily said...

'new' is so exciting! it gives one the
chance to restamp a bit differently
or the same. the choice itself is the
fun part.

i pray many blessings on your new
home. may it be filled with laughter,
love, safety, and His grace.

blessings,
lea

DoanLegacy said...

This must be an exciting time for your family, and also a very busy time too. Take care, and may God bless your new home!

Medeia Sharif said...

The boxes will be emptied one by one. Rearranging will happen piecemeal. When you're done, you'll breathe a sigh of relief.

Glynis said...

Many happy days in your new home are wished for you and yours, Anne.

Anne Lyken-Garner said...

Thanks everyone. I really appreciate the good wishes.

Self Sagacity said...

The living room is not empty anymore I bet. Good to have you back. Hope all is going well.

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