Friday, January 1, 2010

How to Panic Effectively ...or

How I live my life from day to day.
I dislike change … and not just a little. And yet, I have managed to live a life that is constantly full of change, most of which is totally out of my control. I think I might have issues. A few days ago I found out that we were probably moving … again … overseas …. again. This is no small task although I could do it in my sleep … what makes this daunting is that I have to accomplish this in 8 weeks. I have to liquidate my livestock now that I have a flock of award winning sheep and sell my vehicles and separate out my household goods into storage, to be packed, and to be sent off to the kids. I have to figure out what JennietheDog needs to do to get there ok and introduce her to “the kennel”. I have a business that I need to figure out how to make work from there and a new venture that I will be learning from long distance.
The up-side you may ask? Well that is the part where I will be living at the foot of the Italian Alps. So I guess you can expect lots of pictures of Italy and lots of recipes for northern Italian food. Not so shabby huh? LOL

Traveling along
Down this road … even here I
Cannot see the moon


cindi said...

Happy New Year, Meg! Wow! That is some very big news. Are you excited about your move?? Italy is so beautiful! Can I come visit you there? Can I, please? I'm going to Scotland in the summer.....

Love, Cindi

Anonymous said...

Wow! What exciting news for the New Year! And what a whirlwind of activity in the next few weeks! Is this Aviano?

Hope to see you one day,

Anonymous said...

Wow! I am seriously jealous. The Alps are so amazingly beautiful, and the food is wonderful.

I don't think that having more or less time makes moving countries any better. Each day you just need to make a list and get something done. Good luck!

Leenie said...

Oh great. I finally find a cool blogger who knows what sagebrush is, and then find she is moving to Italy. Great for you. Covet your opportunity. Dang for me.

Mountain Home and moving says airforce. Glad for the defenders of USA. Glad you had some time here in Idaho. Best wishes with your packing.

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