Hello Lovelies. I know that there are more important things going on in our lives right now, but I thought I would share this with you anyway. Last Sunday, we excepted an offer on our home. The buyers have asked for a rush close, so in 13 days we may be moving to the city.
We are of course in the middle of escrow and hopefully everything will go smoothly. Currently, we have nowhere to go and home full of things we need to sell or otherwise get rid of.
If we get to the advanced stage of buying a new condo we are hoping for a 500 square feet studio downtown, which should be quite a change from our 2100 sqft home with a 500 sqft garage studio and 7400 sqft lot (most of which is backyard).
Hence, our moving cards (above) created by William Heath Robinson for his 1936 book How To Live In A Flat. "Washing Day" "The Garage" and "An Artistic Way of Hiding an Unsightly View" are my three favorites. Aren't they cute?
So, we will continue to be in a state of flux for a while. I am thinking of you all and miss you. I apologize for the delay in communications and please know that I am always extremely appreciative for all of your kind words, your sweet support and your overwhelming inspiration. Thank you a million times! Hugs! xox=vv.