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HOME SWEET HOME

Its finally at that dreadful moment. The time has come.

The holidays are over. The resolutions ignored.

Well, there are still some leaves to rake.

But it has come time to pack up and say good bye! 

It seems like we have called this place home for a long time now. It’s hard to  leaf  leave!

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We have had our share of fun here. We have made a lot of friends. 

made somefriends 

We have seen this point coming for awhile now. We tried to prepare ourselves the best we could, even with everything going on. We have post-poned, ignored, and then prepared a bit.

But, just like the tides, we have to leave this place behind.

out with the tides

There’s really no getting away from it, the girls are getting older. Dylan will be in school next year! So saying good-bye is our only choice.

FUTURES BRIGHT 

This place has been beyond riches and so has everyone we have met here. 

SAND DOLLAR

 So……..

 Good-bye!

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18 thoughts on “HOME SWEET HOME

  1. smccleaf1@comcast.net on said:

    I’m confused, what are you saying goodbye to???  The beach, or current house????  Did you find a new one???

  2. It’s fun to read this …. what a wonderful holiday.

    Warm regards,
    mei

    • Thanks Mei. Actually it was not a holiday just a Sunday afternoon out our back yard….so to speak. We live about 10 miles from the ocean. I love the beach and the ocean and so we took our oldest (at the time) out to learn to like it too. We took our 5 year old neighbor out to ‘hunt’ for some sand dollars. Certain times of the year they are not so rare at low tide. I know you are surrounded by water (it seems) where you live. Do you see the sand dollars there? If not, come on by some weekend this summer and you can look with us. 🙂 Have a great day Mei! Thanks for dropping by..

  3. It’s always hard to move…

  4. She got the sand dollar intact!! Way to go. Great pics. Why leave?

  5. Yes, the picture was from a few years ago when we took our neighbors 5 year old to hunt for sand dollars. I love that picture of the white one gleaming in the water. I’ll get into leaving in the next post but it has to do with our school systems. Our local one is crap and the neighboring county is far better. But we will still be close to the beach! Thanks for dropping by our beach! Come on up sometime and we’ll fill your pockets with these things. Or maybe a bag instead. 🙂

  6. We live close to the ocean, but have not been able to find a sand dollar in tact like that. Well done. We do look for horseshoe crabs a lot, though.

  7. Derek, there is something about our area of the east coast. I know from where we are all the way down through Hilton Head you can find a lot of Sand Dollars certain times of the year. We actually have a basket full of wholde sand dollars as an ornament inour house(that I now have to pack) But I always would tell myself, when I couldn’t find any, where there are S D pieces there are whole ones out there somewhere. We rarely see Horseshoe crabs here. I remember the Jesrsey shore had lots fo them. Ugly lookin’ buggers!

  8. A door closes and a window opens!

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