Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Bound 4 Kentucky!

I thought I'd post a few quick lines while the postin' is good. My internet access has been limited for the past week and time has been even more limited. The house is empty, save a few personal items and cleaning supplies. We had so much help loading the truck last night! People running every which way, grabbing everything in sight - including a few things that were supposed to stay behind! I managed to hold things together fairly well in the emotions department with a few minor exceptions - like when my Junque Syster got in her car to drive away, when my Sister at Heart got ready to walk out the door and when our good friends Jim and Janet left. I allowed myself only one major meltdown (last nite at least). Closing went off without a hitch. It's the first time I've ever been on the selling side of the table.

Well, I've got a little more sprucing up, and one more look through the cabinets to do, then we're off to spend the night with friends and by first light tomorrow morning we should officially be



sister sheri said...

Wow! It's hard to believe the time has finally come! It's been so exciting so far... here comes the rest of the story!


That photo really brings it all full is beautiful. What a wonderful view to have outside your window every day!!!
Glad that 1/2 of the journey is behind you,, now the exciting part begins!! Can't wait to read all of the interesting (and humorous I'm sure) blog posts coming up!!
Y'all have a safe trip and let us all know when ya get there!!!

StitchinByTheLake said...

Here's wishing you Godspeed on your journey!

Adrienne said...

Hi Liz -
My prayers will continue as you travel to your new home. It's hard to believe that it's already time to say goodbye in one place and hello in another. May God meet every need you have along the way and at journey's end, dear friend. I'll miss you until we hear from you again! Can't wait to hear all about it.

Utah Grammie said...

New doors open, new fiends are waiting to be met - new posts are to be wriiten and enjoyed by all! Take care and try to rest as much as you can!

Kathy said...

I feel like I am living this dream through you! I am so happy for you and I can't wait for your first post from Kentucky!

Kari & Kijsa said...

Safe travels! Can't wait until you get to our adopted state!

kari & kijsa

Grace said...

Sort of like pulling out for Brigadoon, eh!

Utah Grammie said...

just a little note to let you know I am thinking about you - hope all is well this lovely Saturday!

Pen Pen said...

Best Wishes in Kentucky! New beginnings... a good thing! Emotions will be there, as you start to miss your old home and friends. But there are many new adventures awaiting you! Just remember, God moved right along with you!

a wonderful post I thought you may enjoy!!!
hope y'all are relaxin' and lovin' your new HoME!!!

Rambles by Hay Hay said...

Okay, Where are you?!! I am in need of a Lizism! Hope that you are settling in well, please visit a library soon so you can use the computer and tell us all about journey!

Miss you!


Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Hi Liz, I was going to email you but I am not sure if you will get it. So when you get settled, email me at I have a medical transcription connection for you....Don't know how much help it will be, but at least it is something....

Safe travels,


How is all up in the quiet valley???
How are the girls and Mr T and Mr Wilson???
Hope to catch up more soon!!!
I am holding down the junkin' tradition for us both!!!
Only a few eeks until My big Mooove!!!
woo hooo!!

elaine @ peace for the journey said... are headed for a little piece of "promised land" on this side of eternity. Can't wait for updates and pictures!