The place is getting less and less cluttered. Our "to do" list is becoming more manageable. It feels good. The better organized "here" gets, the less attractive "there" looks. Of course, I've always been happy "here".
I started looking at ideas for our small back yard renovation. If we can get a pool, deck and design done for our small backyard, I think "here" will also look more attractive to Ed as well.
Once again, I must train my mind on improving our "here", so we don't have to move "there". Why is it, as humans, most of us believe, "there" is better than "here"? If we were thankful and appreciative of our "here", it would open up all kinds of possibilities.
Possibilities, to mold "here" into what we think we can find "there". When I look at the cost, financially, emotionally, physically and mentally of moving, I get a headache. I would imagine, the cost of finding a design for our "here" would be more manageable.
Fantasizing the freedom we have to adjust our "here" to be better than "there" could ever be.