That is pretty much how I feel.
Seven weeks ago I moved out of my home – we had made a decision to move North – to be nearer to my Mum – our house sold and we have the cash – great – we have spent 3 weeks on holiday – fab – for the first 3 weeks of being ‘homeless’ I was living with my mum but I was at work all day – now – well now is less ok.
So I am at home with my Mum and my older brother – and I am lurching from one emotion to another – I want to be here but I cannot stand being controlled all of the time.
I need to settle – I need to be in my own home – I need to be in control.
I want to be close to mum BUT I need to have my life where I can make a decision and do what I want – leave things untidy if I want – wash what I want and when I want – go out or stay in or go to the shops or – well I just want to be in control nothing more and nothing less – not this constant need to move out of the way.
I recently had a JOLT
My Mum was ill – hospitalized – seriously ill
It scared me so we have made a few decisions
- We holidayed with my brother and his family
- We have Spring Cleaned to the nth degree
- We are putting the house on the market
- I want to move closer to my family
- I will need to look for a new job
- Changes will be needed
I do not personally climb – I am not a fan of heights
So – to fit today’s prompt ‘climbing’ – I went another way
I like climbing plants – we have a lot of ivy on our house – and the occasional bit of clematis – but I got climber envy when out on a walk recently
There is a pretty old house in Spalding, by the river, and it had this beautiful wisteria across the front
Walking near Spalding, Lincolnshire.
We started by the river, passed through a housing estate, along the side of a cemetery, and out to a nature reserve.
A surprising little area caught between the hospital and an industrial estate.