Through all of the stress, and busy whirlwind of the move I kind of forgot why we wanted to be up here. It’s the land of endless skies. House hunting takes up our life, [more about that special joy in a later post] changes of address, details and more details. Boxes, and piles of untidy messes that just seem to regroup, and reproduce, phone calls, and a wee bit of homesickness on my part. Not himself, he’s fine, I think that it will hit him one day…Gar, not Boo.
It’s just starting to settle in, this feeling edging around my consciousness, that hey, this isn’t just a vacation, we are here for real, forever. For real? Really. Seriously?
It feels mainly like we are just visiting, staying for a few days, and I keep thinking that I must fit one more visit to one more place that is a favourite before we go back. Not realizing that there is no going back this time. That my most favourite places are there to stay, and mine to visit when I have the time, and the inclination.
These shots of endless skies are from the other afternoon. The sky darkens early here, due to the mountains, and the winter’s schedule. After 3 o clockish there is no way my long lens will work, in the darkening gloom. That’s what made this sunset a rare treat. Back from running errands early enough that I finally got the camera out for a run. Exercising not only my body, but my creativity.
Oh my it felt good.
That and the fact that my PC is up and running. With a wireless adapter speaking to the router, I am in business. Thank you wonderful nephew, and BIL. Oh, it’s good to have a real keyboard, and a real screen in my life again. I know, small treats, but seriously wonderful treats. I feel like I am adapting to my new life with a bit more ease.
Now only if Boo would sleep in a bit longer…
Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams