May 30, 2010

Big Changes

We have some exciting changes happening around us. The Magical Mundane is relocating. In a month, instead of Michigan nature photos you will be seeing something new. You will be seeing Florida photos, specifically around the northwest panhandle. My husband has accepted a transfer with his job to the Pensacola area, which also happens to be where my mother and step father live. We will be leaving MI on June 21st and he starts work in FL on the 27th.

The one sad part is that we had to give up our flock of poultry. After much discussion, we decided it wouldn't be fair to them to haul them 15 hours in pens and the weather down south might not suit them. Fortunately, we were able to find them a wonderful home where they have other critters to befriend. This family has chickens, ducks, turkeys, bunnies, goats and even a few cows.

That is pretty much all I have for you today. I am going to schedule out a few blog posts with photos but I may be scarce for a while. I have loads of sorting, packing and hauling to the thrift store that needs to get done in three short weeks.

I am going to leave you with these photos of White-Crowned Sparrows migrating through Michigan.







~Jessica~

5 comments:

Moonwolf said...

What an amazing way to spend the solstice -- journeying toward a 'new' life. Congratulations! I look forward to learning of your experiences.

Linda in New Mexico said...

Well my dear. I am very excited for you. Life is an adventure and I hope this one is full of positive, lovely things for you and yours. You deserve the very best. Don't forget to take something of your old outdoor environ so that your fae can travel with you or at least send greetings to the Fla. fae folk, especially for solstice. Love and light, Linda

vintagesusie & wings said...

Happy Memorial Day Friend! I adore your blog & I'm so glad I found you. I look forward to following you through life's adventures!
Smiles,
Susie

flandrumhill said...

Jessica, I'll look forward to reading about your new neck of the woods in Florida.

I wish you and your family all the best in your new home.

Rue said...

Keep us up to date on your move - it will be so exciting!

I'm glad your birds have found a good home.