Monday, July 19, 2010

wild bc spot prawn dinner
on Pender Island
I usually have so much to blog about and I still do but my thoughts reflect my unorganized home. We are moving. First to Pender Island where my dad lives and then onto Boston MA where my husband will be taking his first Post doctoral positon at Harvard MGH. We will go from being West coasters (both of us born and raised) to East coasters. So much transition. The first move to my dad's is pretty minor- we will basically be moving in our clothes, some kitchen stuff, espresso machine, knives and my sewing stuff. In the meantime I am packing up all of our worldly possessions (yes even the kitchen aid, food processor and all) and saying good bye to them for several months, possibly half a year or longer.

I will occasionally post about my updates, progress and special going ons so stay tuned and forgive my tardiness.

You can find my first Guest post Over at the Housewife Bliss

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Happy a Happy Summer and I'll be seing you around on your blogs, with less sewing and cooking I will have more time to read and comment on yours!

cheers,

Megan

6 comments:

  1. Will you be out there for the begining of August? Dad's coming out so we'll be spending a few days there...would be a tight fit but fun!

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  2. Wow! What a huge transition you're going through! Wishing you all the best with your big move!!

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  3. Good luck with the move(s)! We're in the process of moving ourselves, but nothing on the scale of yours, so I'll quit my whining - for now. ;)

    And as for the shrimp - YUM! The season for spotted shrimp is so short around here that people go berserk fighting over pot spots and freaking out about finding the perfect bait (canned cat food, per my husband). Most of the time they still only come home with a few dozen shrimp, but oh are they good!

    Take care :)

    Michelle

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  4. It's so hard for me to live with my things packed up. Good luck with the moving!

    And I'm excited to read about sewing. Right now I'm trying to master hand mending. Someday I will be brave enough to attempt more than that.

    http://starvingstudentsurvivor.blogspot.com/2010/07/mending-by-hand.html

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