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April 7, 2012

Moving again!

This is just a quick note to let you know that I am still here and have not abandoned my blog!

I am in the process of moving and things have been hectic from the start of the year! It seemed like everything was going smoothly... and then... I will still be doing what I am doing now, but I will be mainly working from home.

My husband needed to change jobs so we are headed to a part of the this archipelago called Kyushu. It will be a challenge working from home since it is the first time for me! I think it is good training for my future dreams though...(you know, writing...a book....being my own boss and all...)

 So, that is why things have been real quite around here. It also puts a whole new perspective to my de-cluttering!

 Boy, am I on a roll now! 

I'll have to move things in my current office to my new home office as well. Looking through home improvement magazines for the perfect style of my own home office...any suggestions?

 I have decided that I want a dark blue look but how far to take that is another question...again, any suggestions?

 Oh, and amid all this, I have joined the KCRW Bookworm Facebook book club. If anyone is interested in reading Barth's "Chimera", do give it a think and look for it on FB!

I'll be back as soon as I can, to post pictures of my new "no-more-clutter" and very "organized" new apartment!

 It is April, and the cherry blossoms are blooming here in Japan!
But here are some plum blossoms that were blooming in March!

5 comments:

Frances said...

Tulsa, it's grand to see this post from you and to discover how much has been going on this year. Wow!

Your spring blossoms are exquisite. Isn't this a marvelous season?

Your decluttering project has made me smile. If only I could be a bit more rigorous with my own clear-outs....

xo

Small Kucing said...

Great to see post from you again :)

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Kristin M said...

I like this blog. It makes me want to visit Japan really bad. . .