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August 24, 2011

Yup I’m still here.

The disappearing food blogger.  I come. I go.

I am now officially in the middle of moving….again. 😦  I would almost do anything else besides move but I am looking forward to living in a space with greenery.   Trees, grass and a few flowers before winter hits have me excited for long walks and looking out the window.  Yes I do look out my window every once in a while but I’m always afraid someone is looking back at me from the 3oo balconies I’m facing.

How I’ve spent my August…..

Making several one hour trips to my sister’s house for a visit with Grandpa. Next time we’ll have a house for them to stay in.

Spending a very fun few days with my good friend Linda and her family from Maryland. Miss you!

Preparing for yet another temporary home while taking my time to find a permanent one.

Getting ready for a 3 day, 2 night camping trip with just the girls this weekend (very excited!). We’ve rented a yurt. A permanent tent on the campgrounds for those too lazy to get their hands dirty.  Now if only it had a full bathroom, microwave and internet….

Is so camping!

and finally….preparing the girls for their first year of highschool in Ontario.     Yay.     Yahoo.     Yoohoo.    Oh how I love you both but…..


back to school

4 Comments leave one →
  1. August 24, 2011 10:01 pm

    the yurt in that picture doesn’t look too bad actually, for a yurt (I just like saying that word lol) -this is as rustic as I wanna get thank-you!

    • August 24, 2011 10:23 pm

      I love saying yurt too! I’m hoping our yurt is cute like this one with a little deck outside. Maybe if we offer them $50 more we can get man servers for drinks at night

  2. August 28, 2011 8:10 am

    That’s the only kind of camping I would consider, unless of course there’s an actual cabin nearby with a full kitchen and cable access.

    Miss you guys as well. Once you’re settled and finally into a house, lets put your American visit on the calendar. Hope you’ll be able to come down to Maryland in 2012.

    • August 31, 2011 10:52 pm

      The yurt was good really. Not a cabin by any stretch of the imagination but we had real beds and believe it or not…there was heating and air conditioning! We’ll definitely be there in 2012

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