Whew! Need I say more? Moving is crazy, add in a toddler to that and oh my! Did I ever mention V and I have never moved together before, talk about learning experience! LOL! We are all settling in well now, Liam is fully adjusted to the new house, it's so sweet how happy he is here with all the extra room.
For the most part we are fully unpacked, aside from odds and ends, the kind of stuff that probably should get donated anyway. I've been putting off getting shades for the house, there is another oh my but a different kind all together, they are so expensive! Luckily V's work started selling them (and area rugs!!!) so we'll take full advantage of his employee discount! Here are a couple rugs I'm considering and the shades I want: ( take it back I couldn't get the website for the rugs we are considering to load, here is a pic of the shades, lame I know but I love that you can pull them down from the top and just let some light in!).
I have to admit I've been terrible about decorating. I pulled our a few things I was given for my birthday but have yet to hang a single thing... I'm sorta overwhelmed with all the decisions (where to put things, what walls to paint accent colors, colors of rugs/curtains/plates). I just need to start making some decisions and the rest will come. So far the only thing I've decided is the tree I want to plant (we need to let the dirt settle for another few weeks before we can sod and do flowers which is yet another decision). Our tree will be an Autumn Blaze Maple with turns, as the name suggests, a very bright red in the fall. I can not wait!
What else could I share? I've got my first few runs in here in the new 'hood. It's not the same as the our old rental, it's one saving grace was that I could step out our front door and run along the river which as you can imagine was beautiful. I could still jump in my car and drive 15 mins (at most) and run along the river but I choose to just run in my new neighborhood, which isn't all that bad....we are out on the edge of town, out here I notice the mountains much more and can appreciate their beauty.
Ok, it's late and I'm rambling.
Until next time, much love-