The question I keep getting asked is, “How are you doing?” and honestly, things are moving so fast I don’t even have time to think about my emotional state. I’m afraid if I did the hugeness of what is about to take place would overwhelm me. I feel like this whole thing is one long production and I am so used to living in the world of photography production chaos that this seems quite doable. Either way, I can’t even breech the conversation for living in denial is a way better place to be. In the next week we still have major renovations taking place which includes converting studs to a full functioning bathroom, laying flooring in the entire house, staining concrete floors in the sunroom, adding some lighting, (and that is a snippet of Rad’s to do’s), moving a household of 5 people, cleaning a dirty construction zone to move into, cleaning a dirty house we move out of, then pack for a trip we will be taking shortly after our move to celebrate my Grandparent’s 70th Anniversary. Luckily I have a super motivated mom who has kept the ball moving and had boundless energy to take care of us while packing our house. I have so enjoyed our conversations, and might miss that most when she leaves. Ok there is a lot of things I will miss when she leaves!
This might be my last post for awhile as my computer is down for the count for a bit (my technical support, aka Radford, has little time to replace my hard drive..in denial about that too!). If we don’t meet again soon, enjoy your Thanksgiving. Make a list of all you are thankful for! I am always in awe of all the things I have to be thankful for!
We have one rug left in our house that hasn’t been cleaned. The whole clan congregates on it. Maybe in our new house if we only had one rug, toys would only collect there. I doubt it…but a girl can dream!