Friday, September 25, 2015

Moving Day

Bright and early, this arrived:

Compare and contrast - the front of House A:
the front of House B:
Slight difference! Not much garden to be seen at house B just yet. The dark area is the new soil covering the completed dispersion field. And that's Dan the builder ensuring it is clearly marked so no-one will drive on it.

Then Dan moved on:
which was a bit sad, as he has been a big part of our lives for the last 6 months.

Then the movers moved in:

And when they also moved off, we ate our first "meal" in the new house:
Picnic pull-apart and chocolate. Maybe not the healthiest meal ever, but it didn't need plates or cutlery!


  1. Congratulations on your new home move in! You must be thrilled....hugs, Julierose

  2. Finally!!!! How cool that it's finally all yours. Congratulations on your new home!! And that's my kind of celebratory meal after, what I am sure was a long, long day.

  3. Ok, you've got me with this one, have never heard of "picnic pullapart". Congratulations on the move, it seems like it has taken forever for the house to be done but then again I have some quilts that have taken more than 6 months

    1. I'd never heard of a "picnic pull-apart" before, either. That's just what the local bakery calls these things. The "pull-apart" part is because they are sort of in sections that you can rip off easily to eat - sort of like six or seven small buns stuck together during the cooking process. As for "picnic", who knows? It had cheese and capsicum and I'm not sure what else mixed through the dough. It was very tasty, anyway! And ideal given that I had no idea where the cutlery or the plates were for eating regular types of food.

  4. Wonderful to see you in your new home.