I’m kind of Busy!

Actually, I am crazy busy!!!

It is amazing how little time you have to pack up your whole life and move on, and equally as amazing how much ‘stuff’  you have.

We have  to get our condo, cleaned, painted and de-cluttered. On the market and rented.  We decided to rent as Ian has a three year contract and we will need a place to live when we move back to Toronto.

Find someone to look after Kilbourne Grove for us while we are away.

Sort our condo belongings into storage, air freight and sea freight.

Go see family and friends and give them the news, everyone seems to want to come visit us, can’t figure that out, lol.

 I am still trying to read your blogs, but commenting takes a lot of time, especially with the word verification, so I may just ‘pick’ you blog on Blotanical, that way you know I am at least thinking about you.

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18 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Edith Hope said,

    Dearest D, How hectic your life is at present…..so many houses, so little time…..but what excitement!!

  2. 2

    gardeningasylum said,

    Deborah, Good luck with all your arrangements – judging by the photo, you’ll be in a most relaxing place very soon 🙂

  3. 3

    Valerie said,

    I shutter to think about the amount of work to pack up and move yourself to another country. It must be exciting and daunting at the same time. It will be worth it when finished.

  4. 4

    Joy said,

    Good Luck Deborah .. I know how you feel .. moving to and from Holland was intense. You will have a wonderful time of it though .. so after all the work is done .. enjoy yourself !
    Joy : )

  5. 5

    Sandra Jonas said,

    Good luck with all you have going on now. What a wonderful adventure!

  6. 6

    Laurrie said,

    It’s a whirlwind, but you’ll be settled soon. Thanks for the quick check-in to let us know where you are and what’s going on. As the queen said in WWII: Remain calm and carry on!

  7. 7

    Dear Deborah, You have so much on your plate, don’t worry about keeping up with us, just post updates when you can and we’ll come and visit you until you’re more settled. Take Care!

  8. 8

    Patty said,

    Set your priorities in order and all will go well, that’s what mom would say. Good luck with the move.

  9. 9

    PatioPatch said,

    Hi Deborah – thanks for even finding time to think of us Blotanists, in the hurly-burly of your new life plans

    Laura

  10. 10

    Gosh, I am exhausted just reading all you have to do Deborah. Best of luck with everything going smoothly. I hope you find very special folks to take care of your true home Kilbourne Grove. Is the photo showing your view from your new home??? Once all this business is done you will have a wonderful three years in paradise. ;>)

  11. 11

    I am so glad things are going well and you are keeping busy. Less time to think about what you are leaving behind. Your images are lovely and make me wish I could travel to warmer climes. Fully understand you not being able to see posts. But we as your faithful will keep checking in on your progress. Take care.

  12. 12

    Just keep us posted here! When you have caught up with yourself, then you can find time to be A Good Blogger.

  13. 13

    debsgarden said,

    Wow – what a whirlwind! Of course everyone wants to visit you in Barbados! Have you been there yet? I would come see you! You will see why! Good luck on all your arrangements – one step at a time, even if those are fast steps.

  14. 14

    Try to enjoy the craziness! It is all leading to a great new adventure. 🙂

  15. 15

    Anna said,

    Hope that everything falls into place smoothly Deborah. Be sure to let us know when you are settled in your new home and garden. Take care 🙂

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    Jean said,

    Deborah, I was so amazed to see a comment from you on my blog recently, because I can just imagine how crazy busy you are! Yikes!! Good luck with all the packing, organizing and moving. We’ll all be here eager to hear about your new adventures when you get a chance to come up for air and write.

  17. 17

    Wendy said,

    Don’t worry about me – I’m just looking forward to updates on this gorgeous new place you’ve got!

  18. 18

    Barbara said,

    Hi Deborah, I’m so glad I have the last move of my life behind me – at least I think so. But as we can see in your case – you never know. Keep on trucking, you’ll get through it all. I’m looking forward to the “tropical walks” you’ll probably introduce to K.G. when you get back. Barbara


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