Those of you who read this blog know that recently my husband and I packed up our belongings of 30 years and left New York State behind to live in the land of the Southern drawl and red soil.
My next immediate younger brother was generous enough to let us use one of his houses to make into our home. I truly feel that since this place has already been a home, and a happy one at that, I could feel it welcoming us with open arms from the moment that we stepped across the threshold.
My next immediate older brother generously loaned us a car so that we could navigate the area and accomplish tasks that are inherent to getting moved in. My wonderful husband has had two job interviews with Bostik and will learn next week if he has a job with them.
This is my kitchen. Nice and big and welcoming to anyone who wishes to come south and enjoy a home cooked meal. Just because I am away from the army doesn't mean I have forgotten how to cook for one.
This is the view out the back deck. Late in the afternoon when the temps are warm enough and the sun is shining warmly we will take our books and coffee out here and enjoy the great outdoors.
The livingroom. Yes the fireplace works.
The family room. Doug likes this window to sit in and read in the morning.
The rest of the family room. I think this move was meant to be since my quilt machine and frame fit so well into this house!
The sun room is perfect for a sewing room. There is more light than I could have asked for.
The rest of the sun room. The sun shines in here for most of the day and not only warms the room but makes sewing a pleasant experience indeed. The view out the windows in of trees that are changing color more everyday which satisfies my need for the great outdoors.
All in all God is not only blessing our trip south but helping us to settle in and make this area our home.