Thursday, October 25, 2012

Almost Here (or Almost There)


Today is another lovely day in State College, PA.  Possibly as lovely as yesterday.  October in my neck of the woods can be quite lovely.  It is coming to an end very soon.  In a few days, the high temperature here will be in the 30s.  Then the long, long winter begins.

This year, however, I get to experience an abbreviated Pennsylvania winter.  After the first of the year, I will be residing in Charleston, SC.  Jeez, I can't believe I just wrote that.  Just eight months ago, I had never set foot in Charleston.  Early this past April we went there on vacation.  By the end of our fairly brief visit, I knew that this was where I wanted to live.

And so, there we are in front of our home in downtown Charleston.  Contractors all over the city are dancing with joy.  Just look at the smiles on the faces of those suckers.  At least the toilets flush (for now).

Now there are two months of packing and planning ahead of us.  What to take.  What needs to be left behind for renters. 

We will be meeting lots of new people:  contractors, painters, electricians, plumbers.

I can't wait.

We're almost there.

11 comments:

Dr. Monkey said...

Let me know when you get settled in in your new place so I can come down there and sponge off you guys. ;o)

Marty Mason said...

I am so excited for you guys....Happy Move Day!

ArtPropelled said...

Almost there! Yay! So glad you have found your new nest.

paula said...

so wonderful kim!!!!!!!!!

deborah from collagewhirl said...

Really exciting! Can't wait to see (or hear) what you will do to your new abode.

Susan said...

I cannot wait to see the house! From this shot, it looks likes it has great bones.

I am so excited for you!!!!!

Now will it be a longer drive back to Roanoke or not?

layers said...

my goodness Kim, what a huge change.. a move can be so hectic..but you seem to be very excited and happy to move.
best wishes and happy moving

Professor Chaos said...

Sounds like you picked a good time to get out of Dodge. Good luck with the move!

Thea Belecz said...

Good for you. It is a sweet thing to find a place you feel is "home". I am still looking. I was in Charleston years ago and it is beautiful - I"m happy for you!

Sharmon Davidson said...

Oh, Kim! Charleston is magical- I know you will love it there! and your house looks fantastic; some of my favorite houses in the world are there. (Sigh of envy)

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