We have moved out of our house in the country and it settles (the sale is finalised and money in the bank) on the 9th of November.
We farewelled our chickens and bantams who have gone to live with the lovely Liz at Eight Acres. She and Pete kindly offered to take them and seem to be getting lot of joy just watching the bantam antics and are hopefully getting lots of eggs too.
We have moved closer to Brisbane into suburbia and are gradually getting unpacked and settled in. Some of our amazing friends helped us move and this weekend we are throwing them a thank you BBQ.
Jessie is adjusting to a smaller back yard and all the new sights and sound that come from living in close proximity with others. She has found a few good snoozing spots and is enjoying all the interesting smells on her morning walks.
|The new house|
|The front room is still full of boxes.|
|Jessie's new back yard. It goes behind where I stood to take the photo and across the back of the house and half way down the other side|
|Snoozing with her favourite ball|
We still have quite a bit of unpacking to do but that has been on hold as I was studying for my last university exam for the year. This is now over and I am feeling like I did ok. Now I just have to wait for my marks.
I am hoping to get back to blogging a bit more now that things have settled down and catching up on what you have all been doing is a priority.