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Monday, November 29, 2010

I have crossed the line this time!


The Mason Dixon line that is...  
I am now a resident of New England.  

I know I haven't posted in quite a while and I'm sorry for that.  The move and all....you know how it goes, right?   I got a little frustrated in Virginia when I couldn't upload photos from the hotel.  I had every intention of blogging from the road every day but it didn't work out as well as I had planned. 

The day we left Virginia was a long day.  We were able to make it all the way to New Hampshire though and not stay someplace along the road.  When we figured out that we weren't as far away as we thought we were, we decided to push on through.  We arrived pretty late but it was nice to spend the night at my mother-in- law's house and spend Thanksgiving with family instead of on the road driving.  We have a pretty amazing family up here.  They have gone above and beyond in helping us get moved into our new place and get set up here.  They are such a blessing!

It's been quite a ride so far. The journey up here was long and tiring but it was a lot of fun.  David and I chatted and laughed all the way up here and it was good to spend that time together.  We are starting a brand new life together up here and I am enjoying every moment.

Thanks so much for hanging with me during this time of transition!  I look forward to visiting your blogs and posting more often in the future.

Blessings!

13 comments:

  1. And now comes the unpacking and really settling in. So happy to hear you had a safe trip to your new home and family to welcome you. :-)

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  2. Can't wait to see the photos!! I've always heard what a beautiful place it is!!

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  3. I am gald that you are up and about. Even more though as you sound so serene and content! Yet how could you leave Virginia when I am just about to arrive there? Where exactly did you live? Waiting for the pics! Hugs to you!

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  4. Thanks so much!

    The unpacking is definitely the worst part. I do have a pretty good handle on it though. i hope to complete that this week.

    Once I get unpacked, I will get out and take some photos.

    Paula, I was just passing through Virginia on my way from Louisiana to New Hampshire. I never lived there. I didn't know you were going to there. For some reason, I thought you were headed to Florida.

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  5. I'm glad you got to spend the holiday with your family. I'm sorry my home-state of Virginia gave you such trouble! Haha. ;)

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  6. It will all be worth it to be near your family! And it must be gorgeous up there, too -- I imagine a literal Winter Wonderland ... :)

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  7. I am glad you made it safely. Can't wait to read of all your new adventures.

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