More than anything I want to find a house or a larger apartment! We are saving a little each month and doing a bit of online pursuing to see if anything jumps out at us. I don’t look forward to the actual move of course but I want to build a home, we’ve moved enough and I am really hoping to find a permanent place that we can create in accordance with our vision. Sam is currently building a mechanical table that will be able to walk. We have a lot of unusual ideas. When we lived in Asheville most of our furnishings/decorations were handmade and it felt like ours. I don’t want to live in the Ikea catalog, which is the easy solution because its cheap and despite assembly less labor intensive.
Our summer plans are not set I have some ideas of things I would like to do: (zip-lining, swimming, traveling, zoo, Amusement Park, etc). As I said we are financially pinched so I am not sure what we’ll achieve if we do in fact achieve anything at all. I do believe Sam has set up a swimming class for Isadora which I will attend with her because Sam is scared of water.
In the fall Isadora starts school, its close by so I don’t have to ride them tram for hours! I look forward to that! I also look forward to seeing how she gets on. At daycare she had a lot friends, loved the staff, and the whole experience. She always looked forward to going and I am hoping school will be just as wonderful.
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Hmm, Candice, I’m also looking forward to moving house this September. To our new home that we have built. It is far bigger than where we are now which was rented for me by my employers.
I’m also looking forward to trading in our current very old Golf for a second had Toyota RAV4 or a fine saloon car (used vehicles are shipped from overseas and sold on the market at exorbitant prices)
Oh wow congrats that awesome Celestine =) We are still in the saving phase of our plans lol
It was not easy, Candice. It took us wight years to complete, with loans here and there. We all had to go without a lot of things since my husband’s job too has not been stable for a a while now. Currently he is out of work and in school.
I wish you the best Celestine I understand how tough it is. My husband I had horrific school loans from University in the states and when we first moved to Sweden the economy wasn’t good and there were no jobs to be had so we had to live with the in-laws until we got settled. We are a ways from my dream yet