I haven’t been writing or blogging much because I’ve been busy with moving adventures, cleaning and working on my mile long to-do list. Selling a house is backbreaking work. I wonder if anyone has ever died from such a thing.
Last weekend, we cleaned out our garage. Luckily on that particular morning, we had rare cool temperatures, the most pleasant August day in Dallas I remember in over twenty years. It was as though the city was trying to persuade us to stay. See, it’s not THAT hot… Yes, yes it is.
Garage cleaning was a huge project. In the twelve years we’ve lived here, our two-and-a-half car garage had shrunk to barely a one car garage because of the stuff. A sea of unorganized stuff. We dragged everything out, sorted, grouped, stacked, hauled off, etc. This picture doesn’t tell half the story.
Yes, we are the people who will be moving a hay bale from Dallas to Fayetteville. It’s all part of our autumn porch decor.
And speaking of Fayetteville, here is a sneak peek of our new (old) home. It has a wonderful porch too! I plan to be there in time to see the leaves turn.
Grace Grits and Gardening
Farm. Food. Garden. Life.
“Excuse the mess, but we live here.”
― Roseanne Barr