The furbabies were quite a bit stressed and wigged out on moving day but they are adapting very quickly. The cats have especially done well. They were really scared on Friday but by Saturday evening, they acted as if they owned the place! The dogs are taking a bit longer, still trying to establish some type of routine. We all are working on getting used to a much smaller place and having no back yard but we are doing well. Boxes are slowly being unpacked and we are figuring out what is around our area. Hubby and I haven't done much site-seeing yet but we did go to Folly Beach today because the weather was so beautiful. Here it is February 1st and it's 67 degrees and sunny outside! Gorgeous! This was Max and Casey's very first visit to the beach/ocean. I think they enjoyed their trip and wore themselves out!
Welcome to "The Girl's Gone Crafty!" blog about all things, well, crafty, of course! My name is Raquel, owner of Calico Craft Designs, and lover of all things Craft. I hope that you too will join me on my journey to finishing one more UFO (unfinished object), stitching for charity, and just learning more about the wonderful crafts available out there.
Sunday, February 1, 2015
The Big Move is Over!!!
We are officially moved and now reside in beautiful Charleston, SC!!! We are now ready to begin the next chapter in our lives. Our moving day was Friday, 1/23/15. The movers we used did it all in one day. They packed us up in Atlanta during the morning, drove the 5 1/2 hours to Charleston that afternoon, and unpacked us that evening. What a long day! The weather was absolutely horrible for moving. It rained from the time we started in Georgia until we went to bed in South Carolina that night. It was still raining the next morning and part of our parking lot was flooded. Lowcountry. I see why they call it that now! I'm actually surprised that more of our stuff didn't get damaged or wet but the movers really did a great job of working quickly and covering everything up. There is absolutely no way that we could have done this without them. The peace of mind was well worth the cost.