After a Move

We have finally moved, and are slowly settling down. There are a lot of hiccups before things calm down, which is to be expected. I have moved quite a bit on my own, and I gotta admit that moving with family feels different! 🙂

My new location has much less pollution, and my skin and hair already love it here. There are some inconveniences too, but I’m hoping the benefits will eventually overshadow them.

Needless to say, I didn’t get much arting and crafting done. Here’s what my biscornu looked like just before the move –

Biscornu in progress; pattern and stitching by Anita

I haven’t stitched a bit since we arrived at our new home. I’d thought I’d be able to start on the September section of the Fox and Rabbit MSAL soon, but I don’t think that’s gonna happen. I have the colors charted out, so it feels weird to not be working on it. 🙂

I’ve resumed checking out content of people I follow too (on a limited internet connection for now), so that should keep me happy for some time. I’m just waiting for some semblance of sanity to return so we can adjust to our new normal!

6 thoughts on “After a Move

  1. It takes a while to get things reassorted after a move. You have to learn how the new place works and where things fit best. And then there’s always the things you thought you’d need but find out you don’t, and the things you didn’t know you’d need and now have to find. Glad you survived the move in one piece. Do I remember correctly that you are in the southern hemisphere and thus at winter’s end?

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    1. We’re in the northern hemisphere (in India) so it’s the end of monsoon, and winter’s gonna start now. You’re right about figuring out places for things–we’d planned out most of it before the move, but surprises during the move have forced us to change and adjust. We expect surprises but hope that they don’t happen! 😉

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