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Crazy Days

Apologies for the lack of posts recently. It has been crazy round here lately. Crazy.

The last couple of weeks have been manic backwards and forwards conversations between estate agents, solicitors, pest control, removal companies and ferrying the huge amount of boxes out of our loft (that was a massive job) and into our playroom. 345 more words

Parenting

We Can't Sell Our House

20 weeks to go until we leave for the other side of the world.

But we can’t sell our house.

It’s been on the market for a couple of years and we have dropped the price no end of times.

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Emigrating

Taking care of 'Stuff'

July 1st, two weeks ago, was moving day in Montreal. Between 200,000 to 240,000 people moved their residences.The streets were filled up with worn out mattresses, broken furniture, and garbage bags of trash, recyclables, and reusable objects, all thrown together highly piggy because their owners were too rushed or too uninterested to sort out their stuff, or to take the still usable items to the local Salvation Army or Renaissance thrift stores. 402 more words

Daily Life

The Latest from the Wheelers

Wow, where have the past 4/5 months gone?! So much has happened and there’s loads to update you all on. Where we left things last time was around mid Feb when we (finally) got the keys to Wyverne. 1,860 more words

Moving House

A Month on...

‘When your environment is clean you feel happy, motivated and healthy.’ – Lailah Gifty Akita.

Some milestones are coming up…with the first one being the one-month anniversary of being in the new house.  698 more words

The Decision

So, last week, was a pretty good week. I feel like I’m actually making head way at work, even if the hours are crazy, and I’ve done 6 days for a couple weeks. 558 more words

My heart keeps saying "stay young" my lower back seems to disagree...

I cannot believe it’s been actually two months since I’ve posted – it feels like one minute I was in Amsterdam , high in a cheese shop and then life grabbed me by the ankles and swung me around and threw me and now it’s freaking July.  991 more words