Waving Goodbye for a While…

Tomorrow Big Man and I move home in Bexhill on Sea. We go from a little Edwardian flat to a little (but bigger) Victorian house. It’s not quite such a disaster zone as the projects we usually take on so we’ll be able to live in it and do it up and restore it slowly.

Because we seem to thrive on doing more than one thing at once, we’re heading back to Spain 5 days later by car for a short visit to the family and then heading back to England to finish off a current project before taking a breather, helping my parents move into their new home in Bexhill and then starting work on ours. And hopefully another longer trip back to Spain to enjoy some time Up the Mountain.

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Just to complicate matters further we found out today that we’re going to be without an internet connection for a few weeks so I’ve resigned myself to the fact that I will have to have a little break from the world of blogging for a short while. Don’t go away though…I’ll be back!

So…please excuse me if I can’t pop by and say hello very often this month. I’ll miss you all…

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24 thoughts on “Waving Goodbye for a While…

  1. Oh no!
    It sounds like you’ll have a lot on your plate, but I’m sure it’s going to be enjoyable – especially the trip back to your mountain 😉

  2. Te envidio un poco…..
    De otro lado pienso al trabajo que os espera a ti y a hubby…
    Bueno, espero que lo pasen muy bien y que pronto volvamos a encontrarnos aquí .
    Un abrazo

  3. Ooo, what exciting and busy times ahead Tanya. I can’t wait for you to return to show us your new home. I’m missing you already, so hurry back when you can.
    🙂 Mandy xoxoxo

  4. We will miss you too ms Chica but can’t wait to read about your adventures (and more importantly what you ate 😉 ) when you get back. Have a smooth ride Ms Chica and heres hoping that this month delivers everything that you want it to 🙂

  5. Gosh, Tanya. You two do love to keep busy. I can’t wait to read your progress reports but don’t worry about going off the grid. Enjoy the time away, instead. Safe travels and don’t work too hard. 🙂

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