Leaving town

I leave this little town tomorrow.  The removalist comes at midday.  I’m looking forward to it.   The last week or so I’ve been packing up the stuff I want and giving away furniture and unwanted items.   As the place empties the building looks more and more like the dairy it once was – I half expect a cow to come wandering through at any moment.

Still, this little place has been been kind to me and sheltered me for nearly two years.  Tonight feels like a good time to time to take a lingering look at windows and post some of the photos I’ve taken looking out of the windows here.

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                              Bye house – I have loved you well but it’s time to move on.


29 thoughts on “Leaving town

    1. Thanks Dawn – sorting through the photos and making the post helped me get clear about leaving that house. 🙂

    1. Thanks Charly. It was a pretty place but tiny, very cold and very noisy. The one I’ve moved to is warmer and much bigger so it should be good when I settle in. Nice to hear from you again. 🙂

  1. Safe journey – do keep in touch. Best to you and yours.

    I had moved around quite a bit as a child – hard to believe I’ve been in my ‘home’ for almost twenty-five years. Windows are lovely. We had our windows redone a while back and had a picture window put in our dining/eating area facing our backyard. I love watching the birds at the feeder and being able to see the seasons change at the banks of the creek.

    We finally did get that tree out of the creek. Now we just have to chop it up. Someone said it was Swamp Maple. So I’ll have fire wood for a long time 🙂

    1. Hi Jules. I’m slowly settling into the new place – it’s interesting being in a small city – everything is so convenient! The amazing thing is this house is so quiet compared to my old place in the country side but so close to the interstate highway. Your picture window sounds lovely. You must live in a really beautiful part of the world. Glad you’ve got some firewood out of that tree. 🙂

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