Wednesday, 6 July 2022

Photo's today

 I have boxes to put things in, furniture to move and floors to wash, the boat is being photographed today ready to be advertised online.

I need to persuade Steve that packs of bungee cords and other gibble are not decorative and need to be put away.

Ah well, onwards and forwards.

10 comments:

A Smaller Life said...

Haha ... I love the thought of decorative bungee cords .... men eh!!

Ellen D. said...

My brother says, "things have a way of working out" - it may not work out as we expected but it does work out and our life goes on. The boat will sell quickly and it won't matter if it isn't perfect. Someone will be happy to have it.
Hope you have luck finding your next home.

RuthW in MD said...

If the bungee cords are left out, a visitor may well think, "Oooh, yes, those could be useful on the water!" Positive thinking!

My Piece of Earth said...

Women's idea of decorative items are so much different than men's, hope the cords got hidden, for a while.
Will you need to purchase furniture for your new abode?
Good luck on your viewing in finding your new home.

Catriona said...

Good photographs make all the difference when you are selling something. Good luck with Steve’s bungee cords! Catriona

ShellyC said...

At least you don't have so much to pack when you do move, this time

lindsey said...

I hope that things went well today and that you didn’t work too hard. Nobody is going to look in corners (if they have any sense). I also hope that the flat hunting went well. You have a lot on your plate at the moment but it will all sort itself out soon, I’m sure. Remember not to work too hard! Best wishes to you both and Beano x

flis said...

I do hope Beano will be moving with you for your new adventure x

Lyssa Medana said...

Good luck!

Please take care of yourself in this warm weather. Also, gentle scritches for Beano as he must feel quite bewildered.

Jaccs said...

Good luck with you’re new adventure, hopefully Beano will find his land legs xxx

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