It has been such a long two and a half months with all our packing and then moving. I'm so glad to be in our new home. We were 8 days on the road with the big truck full of our stuff plus a trailer we had to pull with the car. Stopped for four days for our family reunion which was half way to our new home. Got to see all of our children and their families. Such a joy! Then on the road again to finish our moving trip. We arrived in our new hometown on June 24th and got to start moving into our new home on the 25th. Have been unpacking and making it ours all week. There is a lot of work to be done on it to fix it up. Repairs and such. But we'll get it done in time. We are totally loving this new home. It's like we are camping in the middle of the woods only we have our house with us. The river is a couple blocks away. And we have peacock visitors in our yard every day. Deer come to visit, too. One was right outside my kitchen window a few days ago. Such a beautiful creature. And there are wildflowers growing everywhere!! I am so loving having my Honey retired finally. We have no time schedules to meet except on Sunday for Church. It has been fun to just drop what we are doing to go do something fun with our kids and grandkids. And I love the slow pace of living up here. No sirens, no malls, no noise except for nature. The peace of this place is incredible. And it's just so beautiful everywhere you look. I'm so grateful to have this time in my life. And I can't wait to get back to scrapbooking. Have tons of photos to use from the reunion and our move.