The closing date on our new home is 15th April and with all the dreadful weather of late the moving time has crept up on me. With the move looming I have mixed emotions, in some ways I’m glad to wind up my volunteering work, but on the other hand, quite sad. We are moving to the Western end of PEI to live near Abram Village. Just a little too far to continue my Wednesdays at Central Queens school. I have volunteered there for the past 15 years and I know I will miss the children and teachers. Likewise my time with the Duke of Edinburgh Council will have to come to an end. I have been a council member since 1989. I have been a member of my local church for more than forty years and seen us grow from four small churches to one new modern and large church. I will certainly miss the church and in particular the many friends I have made along my journey of faith. Starting out anew will not be easy at my age, the schools in the new area are mostly French and unfortunately my French is limited to a few phrases! On the bright side there is a small United church five minutes down the road, and also a Legion. I guess I just feel a little depressed this morning, maybe its the weather??? any change is hard but its particularly hard for me as I find all and any changes difficult. Guess what I’m trying to say is I’m afraid of change!!! I should change the subject, Right!!! Anyway having said that I also believe there are new and exciting adventures awaiting me down the road. We have bought a beautiful little house with 12.5 acres for the dogs to run on. A new garage for the Mini and Linda’s bikes. New roads to explore and new neighbours to meet. What more could a person want???
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