Monday, March 1, 2010

Cactus Monday: "And the moving process begins!"

After a fortunate short time, we now have a contract on our house in Maryland.  Which means we have a moving date!  The closing date is April 20th, so we will probably head out to our new home in Phoenix Arizona right after on the 21'st.  I'm kind of relieved, kind of nervous, happy and sad all at the same time.  Ultimately, I know it will be a grand life adventure that will refresh my artistic spirit with all of the beautiful sights and experiences to enjoy.

I haven't been blogging and doing art as much as I like, and just drawing this simple box with the state of Arizona on it made me so happy.  For now, all of my time first and foremost goes to my family and friends and spending as much quality time with them as I can before we leave.  Half of my studio is packed, with much more packing yet to do and we have a lot of work ahead of us.  I can't wait to get settled and explore all the wonders to be seen out there!

7 comments:

Teri C said...

Best of luck in your move! Great news that you got a contract on your house so soon.

Sunny Arizona,here you come. The cactus and sunshine are waiting!!!

HCM
I added your name to the cactuteers.

Ebie said...

Wow! Good luck and sunshine awaits you in AZ.

P.S. The succulents were taken from the Huntington Botanical Gardens in Southern California, a few weeks ago. The desert garden is in full bloom.

Thanks for stopping by.

Evelyn Howard said...

All the best Cynthia!

jyothisethu said...

cynthia,
wish you all the best while you move to the new place...
keep on posting which everybody is waiting for from a good artist...
all the best...

soulbrush said...

land of the cactuses, what could be better, good luck, hope it all goes well.

Diana Evans said...

oh Cynthia!!! everything will work out...what a great adventure you are embarking on!!! just relax and enjoy the ride!!!

Hugs
Diana

deepazartz said...

Good Luck with the moving and a belated HCM!

ps:Thanks for your comment. And as you said it does we tend not to like our own work as much as others do... :)