Some friends have been through it in the last week, grabbed some fabric bargains and helped me to get rid of the scraps. The workshop will soon morph into a storage facility, ready to swallow all our wordly possessions. This is what I'm left with, and today it will be packed up for the move.
Most people are very attached to their bits and pieces. Once we were the same, but the traveling we have already done has cured us of that. Here are our faithful suitcases preparing to carry our lives to Canada.
We will only take what will fit in them; clothing, some toys, a couple of books. The rest of import is stored in our trusty laptops (and hard-drives), we certainly remain firmly attached to them!
But here is someone I am struggling to part with.
Our cats came with us on our last journey to the other side of the world, but they are older now and we just don't think the trip is fair on them. They will remain behind and continue along their own languid path without us.
And what does Poppet think about the move? Today it only matters whether the jump rope can come too.
She said she'd be happy enough with that.