A New View

On Friday the Boyo and I said farewell to the wee village in Fife we have called home for the past 2 years. We’ve enjoyed our time in the village but it was time for us to buy a home of our own.

We decided to move closer to Dundee, I wanted to be a bit closer to some of our friends whilst I’m on maternity leave, the village we were living in felt a bit isolated at times and as I don’t have a car having things to do and people to see nearby felt a bit more important. This way we are close to Dundee but still in a smaller community, there are handy things like a Doctor, a library, a shop and a cafe within walking distance. It will be easier for family to visit us in our new location and we are equal distance from both my work and the Boyo’s work.

I’m still hoping to keep my Guide Unit on in the village (after a maternity leave break Easter – September) but we are so, so happy to be in our new house.  It was funny, we went to view this house as it was in the location we were after but from looking at the house details online we didn’t think we would be finding it to be particularly desirable to us. We were wrong. The house took us by surprise.

A few months after that initial viewing we got the removal men in and my Mum came up to stay for a few days. On Friday a house we bought became our home.

We really could not have managed without my Mum’s help with the move – I’m very pregnant, I waddle and I’m exhausted. My Dad is coming up to help with some DIY jobs soon and the Boyos family are coming over from N. Ireland to visit next week. We are so lucky to have friends and family around us who help us in whatever way they can.

The Boyo and I now just can’t believe that we now have this view from our windows, we are a lucky, lucky pair indeed.

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