Goodbye Saddlewood Court. As I type this I have Elton John’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road playing in my head!
I may never get rid of that ear worm.
Seriously though, if you have followed along with me for the last few months you know that we are moving.
It hasn’t been an easy process, that’s for sure. It’s been filled with ups and downs.
I’m having all the feels.
I’m sad, nostalgic, anxious, sentimental, bone dead tired, yet at the same time I’m happy, excited and optimistic.
We are leaving the home we have lived in for the past 14 years, which is the longest place we have ever lived since we were married.
You know, all the important life events.
There are so many things that we will miss.
Saying goodbye to all of the wonderful neighbors we have made over the years will be hard.
I’ll miss the redneck pool.
And the shady spot on the partio where we sit in the spring and summer and just enjoy the evenings.
My Koi pond with the one lone fish that I have managed to keep alive will also be missed.
And my sweet studio.
She’s small, but I will miss all of the inpiration that she has giving me through the years.
Even though I’m sad, I’m also a little excited.
New house, new adventures.
I welcome the challenge of creating a new home for us.
My studio will be bigger, The Hubs will have more room for all of his woodworking and leather tools.
The new house is smaller, less to dust and is mostly one story. Which is important as we and our family age.
Luckily, there will be plenty of rooms that need a little love, new paint and are just waiting for us to put our stamp on them.
I’ll miss the nieces and nephews playing in the gameroom.
Oh, the sleepovers that this room has seen..
All the nieces and nephews fight over who’s sleeping in here.
Yes, so many things to miss, however there are also new adventures to look forward to!
So, goodbye Saddlewood Court.
Until next time….