Our move from deepest Kent to Suffolk came about much quicker than expected. For weeks chaos ruled and stress levels were high but still we laughed each day, usually until the tears came through. Oh what an emotional time it has been.
The next couple of weeks were a strange mixture of cleaning the Wendy house, moving furniture around to try and make it fit (and failing), wishing we had broadband and venturing out into our new world and thinking wow! On the Saturday we went to The Swan at Lavenham for lunch and sat in their […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Suddenly in Suffolk Day zero arrived and we were moving. On a scale of 1 = disorganised and 10 = very organised we were about minus 52. Suddenly there was still lots to pack – elusive stuff that you don’t really notice like coat stands with coats, stuff you use everyday etc.. Luckily the removal […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
The Grey marked up: SIS (Suddenly in Suffolk) 12 on the blackboard the day after we got back from holiday. As each new day dawns the current number is rubbed out and replaced with a new number minus one day. This way we’re in no doubt as to how little time we have to pack […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Arthur, aged 4, is enjoying St Ronan’s school (a stone’s throw from our Hawkhurst home in Kent) but is desperate to move in to a proper home where he can have all his toys. Hence his mother decided she would ask, even though we had expressly said we couldn’t, if we would sell and move […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.