Sunday, August 12, 2012

The doors we went thru...

Life isn't always stacked up the way we want it to be...
We sold our house and are now on the move...
We knew we wanted to move...
Our place was big..
We enjoy travelling and usually aren't home for one third of the year.
But we didn't know what ...or where...
 We looked at old houses...
But the work that was involved...
 Played us right out...
 We looked at Condo's...
But they made us feel penned in...
We looked at new homes...
But the sub divisions where too crowded..
So we thought... 
That it was the year to enjoy what we enjoy the most...
But the finally door...
Is a move to a city...
New windows have opened...our life will change
A year of retirement ends for hubby.
'The steps of a good man are ordered by the LORD: and he delighteth in his way.'

9 comments:

  1. oh, wow! you are changing your lives again! i hope it will be a good change, though!

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  2. May God bless your new home and provide you with wonderful adventures.

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  3. Congrats on a year of retirement and a new chapter in your lives with your new home.

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  4. Bev I'm interested in hearing more, when will you be in the city? This photo is right downtown, you're not moving downtown are you? I think that there used to be a Japanese Village in the lower level of the building with the red sign on it, I know it was a restaurant of some type.

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  5. Well, you left us hanging:) Just hope it fills the bill for you both.

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  6. God's blessings in this new endeavor! Sometimes life is full of surprises! But with God's blessings, they will be good surprises! All my best to your whole family as you face the new challenges that lie ahead!

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  7. i read this twice but i'm not sure i get it completely!!

    we are moving in november (i have not shared that yet on my blog) we are going to the crowded sub division, 55 and up. we are only 53 but it's o.k.

    i hope you are as excited as i am. we only need to be with the hubbies to be happy!!

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  8. You sold your home and bought an RV - how cool is that??? sandie

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  9. Changes like that have been part of my life's tapestry since I was 5 years old. Always interesting, sometimes scarey, and mostly exciting. I've learned to adapt. Hope everything goes well for you in your new venture.

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