The move was long and hard. I'm grateful for the tremendous help from friends and family:) Without them it would have taken another two weeks. I've pulled every muscle in my body - but it was totally worth it. The new place is silent, solid and all mine! And - there's no dangerous black mould in the walls! What a nasty surprise that turned out to be when I've moved the furniture in my ex-bedroom:( No wonder we were feeling slightly off lately... Here's to a healthier winter!
There's still lots of little things to be done (a few more boxes to unpack, a few more things to hang and clean) but It's all small potatoes compared to what went down in the past few weeks:)
+ I can't wait to fill the walls with artwork:)!
Oh... and here's my new wintery pattern inspired by the weather and the anticipation of the impending holidays:)
It's good to be back in the land of blogging and working.
Hey! Glad you're back, missed you awefuly! house sounds great! design is very cute.
glad you moved and finnally installed! congrats!! now you'll be better and calm, drink a cup of tea and relax! :-D
By the way your pattern is just as awesome as always!
Hope you'll stay out of the mould and keep being creative. And that the snow will keep on falling - because your pattern is just lovely. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow ... ;)
I went through the same this day last year! It rained all day and all my stuff got soaked :( Hope you settle in soon, and I'm sure you'll make your new place beautiful xxx
I LOVE these patterns! Your trees are amazing. In San Francisco the only time I get to see trees that look like that are in hotel lobbies in December.
I miss snowy trees.
Glad you're moved. Hope you make it back here in 2011.
your work ts really beautiful will keep following you
I love these.
Hello, I found you on Twitter and your blog is so adorable, colors everywhere! :) Will definitely be visiting often. Enjoy your new place!
Good Luck in your new house! I hope you will be happy (and warm!) there. We have snow here in England now, which is pretty unusual for us!
Okay. Helen. I absolutely love, love, love your patterns, art work, characters, ect. Where can I find them? And in what capacity do they exist? Fabric? Wrapping paper? Prints? Help a sister out.
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