Thursday’s Children June 20, 2013

Today I have no inspiration to offer…

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Tomorrow we will say final good-byes to the Old House in Maine

"Old House"

“Old House”

And if all goes according to plan on Saturday we will say hello to our New House in North Carolina

New House

New House

I will try to check in with other bloggers this week but it probably won’t be until Sunday or Monday. Meanwhile, here are this week’s codes-

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32 thoughts on “Thursday’s Children June 20, 2013

  1. I’ve been thinking of you this week and your move. Zuli and I send lots of nose kisses (her) and xxx (me) and wish you all the very best in your new house. xxxs

  2. You guys in the US have HUGE houses! Lol. They look lovely too. 🙂 Frustrating thing for me is that I know that me and my husband could get a MUCH bigger house for the same money as the one we have here if we lived in the good ole US. But then again, I happen to enjoy life here the in not-so-sunny UK. Our country has its fair share of problems, but then all countries do. Anyway, hope your move today goes well and I look forward to hearing all about it next week.

  3. I’m so sad for you to leave such a beautiful place, but at the same time I’m SO excited for all the wondrous new adventures you’re going to have! I’m in the same boat, about 3 days from going back to my little desert island for the last stretch. I’m trying to think of it in terms of the beginning of the end. At least your move is the beginning of the beginning, right?

  4. Welcome to North Carolina! I am a transplant here, as well, but have come to love it here and hope we never leave. 🙂

    Just stopped by your blog to check out Thursday’s Children (think I’ll try to jump in and swim) and was excited to see you’re moving to lovely NC!

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