Dole, Jura.

I’ll elaborate more when I’m not swamped with personal projects and packing…

That’s our next stop come mid-August.

Yes, we’re moving again and it looks to be a permanent move – we are both getting tired of the cross-continental-time-zone shifting, especially Nil. He has been moving every two to three years since early 2001/2 and has become, what we term affectionately, as the cross-continental moving expert in the house.

Both of us have tendered our resignations and I’ve started packing up my stash. Shop supplies are off to a good home and with any luck, I should be done with most of my stash – yarn, fiber and fabric – and even gadgets by end of this week. Will need to stop working on research for things like Cherokee scrubs.

We contacted our agent to help us out with the rental arrangements so that’s one bit that is settled. Otherwise, Bub No 2 will be born on French soil and Eva will be experiencing her ENTIRE winter season soon!


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  1. I can imagine the challenges of shifting across countries. Certainly eels good to have a permanent home. All the very best! πŸ™‚

  2. Congrats on the big homey permanent move! I googled Jura, and looks gorgeous to settle down in… Countryside, seaside and nature etc πŸ™‚ Looking to read more about it soon.

  3. Congratulations on your move! Went to that area once and it was very pretty

    Mabel Reply:

    Oooo, share more about the area! I’m hoping that I’ll be able to cope with the “size” coz hubs says that it’s small. :S

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