Part of our big Nova Scotia move meant actually moving. Like, all the stuff we’ve accumulated during 38 years of living, most of that time in large houses in Alberta. We estimated we had about 10,000lbs of possessions left after selling, donating or tossing items we no longer needed. This included a few antiques – […]
It’s miserably snowy and cold in Calgary. I needed a pick me up – with just 6 weeks left before we drive down east, I decided to pull together a couple of my favourite photos from our trips to The Old Ten Spot and dream about summer.
Eight weeks left. That’s all I have left in Alberta. I say “I” instead of “we,” because we STILL haven’t decided when Keith and the kids will make the move. If the house hasn’t sold when I need to go, he might stay a few weeks longer with the girls. That would allow him to […]
In 14 weeks I’m trading that kitchen, above, for this one. I’m going from eight drawers to ONE. From 22 deep cabinets to 8 shallow ones. From a walk in pantry to no pantry at all (unless you count this weird bookcase as a pantry.) The space is tiny. It doesn’t flow. The cabinets don’t match. […]
Six years ago, we bought a piece of land in Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. Formerly a small campground, it’s 37 acres on two parcels of land, fronting two lakes. I’ve blogged before about how it’s our happy place. I grew up in NS, and have been wanting to go back my whole life. My husband, […]