Dropping a Line

Cat on my home office desk
Blogging / Home Office

Just a quick post to update the blog, which I have been ignoring lately.  Selling a home takes a lot of planning and a lot of work.  I don’t have to tell those of you who have done so!  But that is what I’ve been up do over the past months.

It looks like a done deal, so I am busy packing and trashing unneeded items.  There is nothing like a move from one house to another to clear out the junk that’s been lingering in cabinets and dresser drawers.

Also I am moving back to the south, so a wardrobe adjustment is needed.  It looks like the chance of snow has passed us up here in New Hampshire, so it’s time to donate the winter coats, mittens, hats, etc.  My daughter will get my Bean boots, and she can’t wait for me to hand them over!

Soon I will literally be dropping a line – into the ICW, hoping for a nice redfish to bite.

It’s a big change, but I know what I am in for. Also I will have a lot more hands-on photos and experiences to share on this blog. It’s one thing to write about collecting seashells, when my shells were collected years ago, compared to writing a post about being on the beach and sharing my finds.

Between work, showing my house (which thankfully sold quickly), and planning the move, I’ve been too busy to write at any of my blogs. Once I get to the south I will seriously consider dropping some of them and concentrating on only the best (this one is number one).

I love to be out on the water, but I also love gardening, so I will keep my gardening blog and will add to that whenever I have time.

Please stay tuned to share my new adventures in my old home – the state of Florida, where I hope to add to my seashell collection.

seashells from florida
Seashells from Florida

Author: Pam

Spending time on the water is the best, and blogging about the sea life found along the saltwater river and ocean is what I do. I’m also a designer at Zazzle and sell my work, with a lot of ocean themes, on the site.

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