the big move to the little house

The arriving –

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The unpacking and the sunshine –

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The birthday gifts –

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and breakfast!

Bday brfast

And now what is left – a last few stubborn boxes with no place to go.


And a brand new year about to begin … but wait, not quite yet!

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A great God, one crazy husband, five home-schooled children, and a (post-island) life at the tip of Africa ...
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4 Responses to the big move to the little house

  1. Shell says:

    The house looks lovely and warm and bright!! We love to see the pics of yr life there, love to see your happy faces and all the the short people. We miss you. Look out for something in the post ;-)

    • Corli says:

      Shel! Always so good to hear from you. The best thing about this place is that even when it is grey outside, it is still sunny inside! We miss you too, and are looking forward to the post. Blessings for this Christmas time, lots of love, all of us.

  2. Beth says:

    hello to you all. Ah moving always has a few stubborn boxes!!!
    We are in Stillbay and was thinking of you and your folks.The water is warm and the swimming amazing.Not as busy as usual but always a lovely end to the year.Your new home looks very cheery and I hope you will be very happy here.Big hugs to all. God bless you guys!!!

    • Corli says:

      Hi Beth, good neighbour! We were just talking about you yesterday and all the good memories (and the olive trees!). Hope you have a wonderful Christmas break – nothing like the sea and the sun for a holiday. The short people in my house all send a big hug right back! Lots of love, C

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