Home in Port Wentworth

On the road to our new life! We’ve finally made it to Georgia by way of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ireland, and Indiana! We went through Kentucky and Tennessee (Hello, Nashville!) to the Georgia state line… but we’d have several hours’ more driving left… including driving through Atlanta just after rush hour. Signs I thought were worthy […]

Read More »

Tybee Island GA

Coastal Again!

I’m Coastal Again! WOOT! I know, this blog post is coming to you out of nowhere, after a long absence. I couldn’t find the words to describe all of the miserable things that were happening to us. Besides, most of it isn’t wise to post on the Internet. Evansville, Indiana didn’t like us. After that city […]

Read More »

Leaving Ireland

Taking pictures was the last thing on my mind on May 11, the day we left our home in Ireland for the hotel at the Shannon airport. I only managed to take a few pictures here and there. But my son Nicholas put his photography class to good use and chronicled the whole journey. Thank you, […]

Read More »

Our Stuff is on its Way to Ireland (photos)

The shippers have arrived! Here they are, unloading their cardboard boxes and packing supplies. It’s getting real! Isn’t that lift cool beans? The shippers have now officially landed. That’s my artist easel. The next time I use it I’ll be painting in IRELAND! Paintings (to exhibit in Ireland!), canvas, and instruments Can you guess what […]

Read More »

Our Stuff is on its Way to IRELAND!

Let me begin by saying that this turn of events took me by surprise. I’d been having trouble finding a shipping company to send a small amount of household goods + our event props/supplies/instruments/paintings/etc. to Ireland. I was raising funds all summer, but our savings are earmarked for renting on a house in Ireland (hoping […]

Read More »

SOLD!

WOW! We have a pending sale on our house! It has only been on the market for a few weeks. This isn’t the end of the home-selling experience. We have a home inspection ahead of us and all of the typical hurdles to jump over. But we can celebrate that we’ve reached this point in […]

Read More »