Saturday, July 13, 2013

Moving Right Along

"Good Luck Follows Bad" That's an old gypsy proverb and it's how I'm thinking about life right now. It seems like everything is going smoothly now, and I am not used to that these past few years! I have found a place that will be perfect for me, I think. A duplex in an established tree lined neighborhood. I even have a bookstore and coffeeshop within walking distance. This place was built in the mid 1920's, so it has many features that I love.  As you may know, I am all about the cute,and this place warms my heart.  
I have the second floor, and actually have about the same square footage as the main floor of my present house. So I will have room for most of my favorite things. But I still have a lot that has to go. 

This arch leads to the dining room, just like the one in my house now. It will be strange to be a renter, and I will miss so many things about my little cottage, but finding this place helps so much. Of course, now I'm worried that I have jinxed myself. I've already signed the lease and have the key. This VictorianGypsy is ready for some good luck!


  1. Oh sweetie you are overdue for lots of good things to come your way. It sounds like a new journey is beginning! Enjoy and take the new found freedom as a way to cast away all the sadness. I can't wait to see your new place all put together with your treasures. Hugs, Pam

  2. It looks delightful!!!! Enjoy your new life! I think you found something perfect. Looking forward to seeing all of your personal touches and decorating.

  3. Anonymous1:48 PM

    This house looks PERFECT for you!! Love following your blog. I love that gypsy proverb: i do think you are into the good luck zone now. HUGS! I'm Liz from Widowed Village.

  4. Great new digs and "YES" Sandy you will settle in with all your fun treasures about and out of the boxes!

    Hello Sandy,

    Loved being with you and Gerry yesterday, reminiscing, creating "Jim Bob" and visiting about fun road and back road trip beauties.

    Great blog, I will visit you again, soon!

    Hugs, Carolyn