It is full blown spring in my garden and I want to be there to enjoy it. I went over to the house yesterday to get a few things done in preparation for moving back in and I didn't want to leave. We are all very excited to move back home. There is still lots of little things to be done. Hopefully, it will be 100% done by the beginning of summer.
When do you move back? I bet your garden will be the perect escape, especially when the "to do list" inside seems overwhelming.
My tulips all came up and our plum trees bloomed but the warm weather stopped abruptly and everything drowned after a week of solid, heavy rain. Good thing that rain made for an awesome weekend of skiing fresh powder!
We are slowly moving back in now. But we will be completely in the house by Easter. It is just hard to do it other than on weekends. DH will take the Thursday and Friday before hand to help get us moved back. A friend is helping him this weekend to move the couple of heavier things from the downstairs back upstairs. Every time I am over at the house, I take 10 trips of stuff from the downstairs to the upstairs. The big issue will be finding the time to move all of the stuff here at the apartment back to the house. That will have to wait until the end of Levi's spring break. The first half we plan on taking a quick trip to DC.
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