Hello dear visitor, it’s been a while, since I published a journal about my new life in Britain. Now, at the start of March 2017, after an adventurous period of house hunting, with bizarre encounters and awkward tribulations, I’ve found a good home in the South of Devon.
With kindred spirits in a home, sharing interests like bee keeping, gardening, natural remedies and clean food, lots of humorous scenes too. All of us are comical in our ways and so we laugh a lot, dancing our dance and at ease with stepping onto each other’s toes, once in a while.
The backgarden with a grasspatch, is offered to me for the creation of a vegetable garden and flowers. The sun is in the home all day round and the views are far. Where I am I’m on a high place, very safe from flooding!
Close to the sea and to Dartmoor, two goodies in one bag. Hello to you in the image below!
Due to the fact that I’ve arrived here recently, pictures will be included later. This house hunting has been an experience that taught me how important it is to have a comfortable home, a place of your own where you feel happy about, returning after a long day outdoors. Even when sharing the home with others, who are kindred spirits as well.
As I perceive it, this time of big change invites us to live with those supportive in our lives and to our peace of mind. In the coming years we’ll find a great need for that. Not suggesting there’s gloom and doom around the corner at all, but much change coming our way and some form of global and individual reset that is beneficial to all life.
After moving 4 times in one and a half year I’m looking forward to a time of rest, enjoying the first year of my retirement without any worry in the world and the relief that my time is mine. What better time of year than finding my feet and leaving footsteps in this landscape of rolling hills, than springtime!