Tuesday, August 29, 2006


I found out today that we will be moving on September 5th. I have to call about my internet transfer so I guess the last night I will have internet will be Sept. 4th and then hopefully it will be back up in the new house by Sept. 7th. I am only moving 2 streets over so it shouldn't be too bad. Of course my husband will be in school then so I am going it alone except for the kids, but we are kind of used to it. I'll be glad to get it over with. I just wanted to tell you all that if you don't hear from me for a few days next week this is why.
I also found out today from my son's head start that I will be able to volunteer in the mornings. I kind of find the house too empty without all the kids and sometimes it drives me nuts. I liked when I used to volunteer at my other son's head start, so I thought I would try it again. I will still have plenty of time for blogging because I do a lot of it when the kids are in bed, but while my husband is gone it will be nice to have the volunteering also.
I'll keep you all posted on how this all goes.


mom of 2 said...

good luck on your move!!!

Lady Laurie said...

I hope your move goes smoothly ~ even 2 streets away it is still a big deal packing up all your stuff. I used to love volunteering for my sons' Head Start!!

Sandra said...

Oh man Christina, the usual military move. LOL

Good luck with it, hope you get it all done as smoothly as possible. I take it you're moving to the new housing?

We're still waiting to hear when we move, our houses should be torn down by the end of the year, so we'll see. :)


Looney Mom said...

I hope your move goes smoothly. I would actually welcome a QUIET house right about now!

Barb said...

Moving is such a huge job, I don't envy you at all. Not to worry - we'll all be here when you get back.

Jen said...

Wow.....moving...something that is not fun. Good Luck and I will miss reading you for a couple of days so hurry back.

Blueberry muffins and tea

Made some blueberry muffins and had some with tea on Rae Dunn pottery of course