Well, well, well. I moved into our new house! I can’t tell you how happy I am to be on the other side of this weekend, because although it was an exciting time, it was also a trying one. The waves of emotions were overwhelming at times (still are) but I know it’s just part of the process when you move.
It was really cool though, too. We’ve been pouring our hearts into getting the house ready to live in ( it’s not a fixer upper, thank GOD) and it’s nice to actually be in the space, even though it’s not completely done. I can feel the shift of energy, from living in one place compared to another–it’s like shedding an old coat and putting on a new one. I’m really, really excited for my new coat.
If there’s one thing I realized throughout this process, is that it’s important to recognize change as you go through it. The transitions are such an important part of who we are, why are we always rushing through them? Probably because it can be scary and overwhelming and no one likes to feel those things. But change can also be fun and hopeful. And recognizing your own growth, your own expansion, can be so liberating and strengthening! So I’m going to try to look at any kind of transition through that lens from now on–it makes getting to the other side much easier.
Here are a few snaps of the weekend:
One last shot in my old apartment–It was bittersweet to leave but I’m excited for what’s next.
Here’s a peek at the garage after moving to the new house (and some of the mountains of boxes).
We got the couch set up in the den, but yep, the kitchen is still a disaster.
The Living Room is coming together. We still need a rug and some other accents…
And after the long day of moving, Chris’s expression says it all.
I know once we’re unpacked and settled in, it’s going to be great.
Some of my favorite links around the web this week: