I can’t believe it has been well over a week since we left the Great White North. It really doesn’t seem all that long, but if I actually sat down and put everything in perspective over the last week I only wonder how I’m standing.
The dogs managed the trip – not much squawking or screaming – but on a huge 737 you really don’t hear all that much anyways. The red-eye flight from Edmonton to Nova Scotia was clutch. Although considering how tired they were when we arrived in Halifax, I hardly think they slept all that much. Apparently their seat-buddy down in the cargo hold was a CAT. I’m sure Chakotay was thinking more along the lines of “this was his airline snack”.
I have to admit we lucked out with the purchasing of our house, by this I mean we had a great team of Lawyers and Realtors – I highly recommend, if you are moving to the Greenwood Area to speak with David Proudfoot & Paul Mann (Lawyer and Realtor respectively) – they held our hand (figuratively speaking of course) the whole way through. David took the time to outline and made us understand the legal aspects of our mortgage while Paul was a god sent! He helped us more than he ever will realize.
With that said, we are now living in our house! I’m falling more in love with it every day. There is still lots to be purchased and organized but I love the feel of knowing that “this is mine”. I promise I will post pictures as soon as I can, we are still waiting for some valuable items. [There is a rant with regards to shopping via online with Futureshop for Appliances, but I’ll save that for another post]. Nova Scotia is just as beautiful as I remember – lush trees and grass as far as the eye can see. I have yet to see a pile of snow or a dog tied up on the outskirts of town with no one around for miles (although I’m sure it does happen).
I look forward to visiting every nook and cranny of my Province, but for now I’m off to bed – Long term storage is arriving tomorrow. Anyone like to guess how many bags of garbage that will be.