Right about now the old Mr. Rogers song “it’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood….” runs through my head. Because it truly is beautiful here by the sea where the stars shine bright above us like little holes in a dark blanket that blinds us to the sunlight we get to play beneath all day. I can smell the ocean and I hear the seagulls screaming. For me, one of the hardest things has always been to be too far from the ocean to visit it with any regularity. Once again at the Cape! I am afraid so far all we have photographed is a bird we saw that we thought was rather pretty.
I am so sorry I have been gone much too long. I was moving and things get so crazy when one moves. We are having an amazingly hard time acquiring internet access or I would have been here some time ago. The company responsible simply refuses to do the job. So for at least the time being I am going old school with a good old fashioned DSL. I know right………. I went months without cable tv or internet…. And I have been really busy trying to catch up on so much. But, lets re-start this party shall we? Let me show you some of the sights of Wildflower Farm, my new home and the location of the Cafe Primrose studio and kitchen.
I thought I would share some of the photos of our new house. We are closing April 25th and moving in shortly after that. As I said, things are moving so very quickly after nearly a decade of starting over and over again all over the world, this is the last time we start over. This, is going to be home.
It seems, my life over the last 7 or 8 years has just been a series of moves internationally, all over the world. We did finally make it home, only to find this place is my house, not our house and it is far too small for us, Cafe Primrose, our friend who rents a room from us, and both of us. All that in less than 1200 square feet with only a small city back yard space. Right now my work place is not even in the house which makes it hard for me to get my work done since I don’t drive…. The dogs are miserable with our small back yard and in the house we feel cramped in like a bunch of sardines. It has been a tough year and a half getting my husband a green card so he can get a job, which he did almost immediately…..