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Sunday, January 04, 2009

Happy New Year!

Well, I said I'd be back in January and here I am! The bad news is, Pink Lemon Twist is fixing to go silent again.

The reason? It's actually good news! The movers are showing up later this week and we will be leaving here on Friday, headed to the Texas Metroplex area. Like every move we've ever made (and I imagine most people have experienced this if you own instead of rent), we will have a brief period where we have left the old house but haven't closed on the new house yet where we are basically homeless but it's more of a weird limbo kind of thing. For some reason, this "state of being" is more difficult to explain to the Post Office than to regular people.

It will probably be close to the end of the month before the movers show up at the new house with the computer and then we have to find the box it's in. Once we get it hooked up to the Internet again, blogging can resume at a more normal frequency. Fortunately, I have been keeping on top of emails because I've borrowed computers from family members, but a complete lack of anything to blog about has meant there's no reason to log into Blogger. Want to know a secret? I left my knitting in Texas! I have nothing to knit! (OK, I have needles, books, and yarn in the stash and if I NEED to I can start something new, but I have 3 more socks to finish to complete pairs and I'm trying to get those done before I start something else.) I have very little mental capacity left right now with everything else that's going on, so trying to knit would probably turn out badly anyway.

I'm off to see what's in the freezer so I can see what we're having for dinner. I think I've got some kind of frozen meat that's wrapped in foil and in a freezer bag - yummy!


Blogger Knittripps said...

Happy New Year! Best of luck with your move.

6:38 PM  
Blogger Knitting Painter Woman said...

Everything is hard to explain to the Post Office than regular people. Good luck. When you get settled (and if you're closer to Dallas than Fort Worth) I'll take you to lunch.

2:10 AM  
Blogger Kathleen C. said...

Good luck with it all! See you when you come back!

12:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank goodness it is not for another reason! Congrats on selling your house! I look forward to hearing about your new ventures in Texas :)

Happy New Year!

6:50 PM  
Blogger gwtreece said...

Happy New Year and we will miss you during your move.

11:42 AM  
Anonymous denise said...

Wishing you and your family joy and peace in the new year.

I look forward to reading your blog - my favorite things to wear are Swan Lake and Scheherazade. They were also my most favorite creations for 2008 and 2007
(I made two of each :))


12:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope the move goes as smoothly as possible. And welcome to Texas! We'll be nearly neighbors. :)

11:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good luck with the rest of the move. I know quite well about the "homeless" thing.

10:31 AM  
Blogger Connie Peterson said...

Good luck with the move! Hope things go smoothly and you are back on line quickly.

10:20 AM  
Blogger Jane said...

Good luck with the move. When we moved from Norway to the US, we lived in hotels for 3 weeks. You have my sympathy!
When you do get into your new house, join the local library so that you can use the internet.It'll tide you over until you get wifi at home.

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