I miss you Sam!!

I miss you Sam!!
I miss you Sam!!

Friday, March 22, 2013

The Time is Drawing Near!!



I still have about six weeks before the big move back to Portland, but there is SO much to be done that I'm going to be short on time. Consequently, I won't be blogging as frequently as I have over the past five years and I won't be able to participate in the memes as I have. I will try to visit as many sites as I can and I will still put up posts, just probably not as frequently. I look forward to being settled in my new home and being able to get back to the "important" thing in my life!!!  I will miss all of you and hope that now and then you'll check in to say hi and I will do the same with you!! You have all become such wonderful friends and an important part of the life of this "old broad"!!

Sylvia

18 comments:

This is Belgium said...

whow !!
bonne chance !
wishing you smooth move and a wonderful new life!

LV said...

Wishing you the best on your move. We will miss you but will be pleased when you do drop in.

TexWisGirl said...

you don't worry about us. we'll be here anytime you have a moment for us. in the meantime, you have a whole life to pack up and relocate! :)

Karen said...

I'll miss you Sylvia! Good luck and happy packing!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
May there be energy in your elbow
May there be flexion in your knee
May there be ever a kettle with whistle-blow
to announce the arrival of tea
It'll be tiring and wearing and too
I'm sure there'll be a moment (a few?)
Where you'll want for the magic wand
Takes lots of deep breaths and plenty of rest
And I pray you'll get a helping hand.

Safe and happy relocation Sylvia! &>

Ed said...

Good luck with your move. Portland is a great city. Thank you for all of your posts.

Mama Zen said...

Good luck with the move, Sylvia!

Christine said...

Best of luck with your move, Sylvia. As you know, I go to Portland often and hope that we can meet up in person soon!

cieldequimper said...

Will you miss Rainier? :-)

Antonette Stiebritz said...

I wish you a smooth transition, Sylvia. Please stop by and say hi from time to time.

Jack said...

You take care of yourself, Sylvia. Don't worry about us.

Nora at Island Rambles said...

I know how busy you will be Sylvia but do hope that you will still check into your blog now and then as we all have enjoyed your postings, fun jokes, dreamy photos and wonderful thoughts and quotes.
You have been such a consistent helper on the memes, we will miss that. hope the move goes well..cheers.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Don't you worry about that Sylvia, we'll be keeping our eyes open for your visits..exciting ..and hectic time for you, take care and all will be back to normal soon..

magiceye said...

Best wishes for your 'move'!

Stewart M said...

Drop in when ever you have the time!

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Betty Manousos said...

dear sylvia, wishing you the very best on the move. you don't worry about us.
we will be here.
happy packing and

take care,

big hugs~

xoxo

Pam ;) said...

Your the sweetest blogger in blog-land Sylvia. The Queen of funny and witty- wisdom and quotes and stunning skies.

We will all be right here when you have time- you remain forever in our hearts and thoughts.

Take care and do not over-do ~:)

George said...

I've made a few big moves in my life, so I can imagine how busy you'll be until (and after) the big day gets here. You will be missed, but I hope the move goes smoothly for you (and Sam).

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