I just wanted to thank you all for your kind words and support over my last post. It wasn't an easy decision to make, but I do agree that I think it was for the best. And next year, I can relax and complete the A to Z Challenge without feeling like I'm about to have a nervous breakdown.
I've been in Cumbria for the past week, and it was lovely to catch up with friends and family again. It still doesn't feel like I'm moving back - I've spent so long dreaming about it, it still doesn't seem real! But the Engineer will start his new job up there on the 18th April, so I guess there's no going back now.
The journey back to Norfolk seemed a lot easier this time around - I have to confess, the last few times I've done the journey, I've felt like crying (and I actually have cried on a couple of occasions), simply because I hated leaving Cumbria so much. So the fact that the next time I make that long, long, long drive, means that I'll be moving up there for good, makes me feel almost dizzy with happiness.
Do I have a job yet? Nope. Do we have anywhere to live? Nope. But you know what? I'm just so happy to be going home, that right now, I'm not stressing out. Give me a few days, and I'm sure it'll be a different story, but for now, I'm just going to enjoy the fact that in a month, I'll be home.
Anyway, despite the gorgeous weather, today I shall be inside, applying for jobs, tidying up and doing general life admin. The joys of being an adult...
Hope you all have a lovely weekend!
Have you ever made the decision to move back 'home'? Did you find it easy or hard to go back? Do you think it was the right choice?