Remember this image?
Well it happened again :(
But I have good news, the Curious Kiwis have a new burrow, of their very own! Yes! We bought a house! So excited! So many exclamation marks, I know!! I am actually bouncing off of the walls!
Well now I am, previously I was just battling mega-stress. Hence the lack of posts the last few
days? weeks? oh I don’t know, but it’s been a while I know.
I knew this would be a big deal mentally and I thought I’d be able to cope, continue with life as per normal. Seriously, my last year of Uni was pretty full-on, I’ve moved country, twice and I planned my own wedding including making my own wedding dress. I’ll tell you right now, none of those compares to the stress level of buying a house for me.
Placing it firmly behind me, unfortunately we don’t get to move in until June 29th and we have run out of time on our rental. We are out this week, back to living with family. So it’s all getting packed up again, but, for the last time, yay!
There are some goods things when it comes to packing:
So, confession time: My machines are packed because I will have no room at our temporary accommodation for sewing. So there will be no sewing to share but I’ll be around with the magazines and other fun posts as I can, please stick around, I’ll be haunting all your gorgeous blogs plus I can finally enjoy my Sundays again. So instead of traipsing through all the Open Homes I can handle I get to go hang out with the Wellington Fabric Hoarders instead! More yay!
What else has happened lately? We’ve officially been back home in NZ for 1 year, so much yay, but wow! How fast can a year go by?! My 2nd blogoversary passed unnoticed and un-celebrated by me, but it’s all good. My birthday is also coming up and, just like last year’s dress, this year’s dress is going to be fashionably late too. But I do get to fantasise about how amazing it’s going to be for the next 5 weeks, I’ll share with you my thoughts.
On Saturday, post-packing, I did treat myself by going to Fabric-a-brac, here are the goodies I brought home with me:
On the left some sort of jersey/knit that makes me think of The Jetsons ;) Amy Butler cotton at the bottom, another cotton at the top (three largish pieces) LOVE the colours, and on the right a small strip of heavy cotton that would make a cute belt, bag or purse.
I could have gone mental with buttons but I was actually quite restrained, these ones are my favourite!:
Check out the back of the card:
And then to cheer up my sick hubby who waited at home for me:
I kind of had to, mostly because they looked so yummy (and sparkly) but also because I gave poor hubby the cold.
Have a great week everyone xx