Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Today We Move

     Yesterday the movers came and put half of our belongings into storage. Today they arrive to take us to our new condo.


     This morning we are still New Yorkers. Tonight we will sleep in Connecticut. We are only moving about 25 or 30 miles away, but we will now become New Englanders.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Welcome to Connecticut! Ct gets a bad rap for taxes but if your adjustable gross income (taxable income linei 37 on 1040)) is below $50,000 you can deduct all of your Social Security for state income tax purposes using the long CT 1040 form. Thus If some of it was federally tax it can be deducted from your CT taxable income. We also have a marvelous library system where I reserve any DVDs and new books I want through Bibliomation and there are many great programs and concerts.

Barbara said...

And the adventure begins. I hope it is a wonderful adventure that you both enjoy. Can't wait to hear lots of great stories.

Cindi said...

Best of luck!

Anonymous said...

With fond aloha as you embark on new adventures...

Carole said...

A new adventure! Wishing you well as you start a new journey!

DJan said...

I'm excited for your new adventure! Onward and outward, Tom. :-)

Celia said...

Hope you two enjoy your new home and new adventures.

christina neumann said...

So exciting. My sister lives in Canton Ct and has for many years. It's quite pretty there, but forget the snow. UGH!!
Best of luck with the moving boxes......

Stephen Hayes said...

You'll be so glad when this move is over, and hopefully you can kick back and relax in your new abode.

joared said...

Enjoy you new living quarters.

gigihawaii said...

Good luck and best wishes.
Aloha from Hawaii.

Karen D. Austin said...

All my best to you. I moved into my new house on May 27th, and I unpacked 2 boxes of clothes and 2 boxes of office stuff today. I have been taking lots of "breaks." I hope very few things get lost or broken. And I hope you manage to eat, hydrate and sleep with this most chaotic part of moving. Take care!

Linda said...

I wish you all the best. I have been to New England a few times and enjoyed it very much. Warm greetings from a baby boomer in Montreal, Canada. :)

schmidleysscribblins.com said...

Both sad and exciting at the same time. I don't want to move out of state ever again, because the changes in the paperwork are a pain.

Jono said...

At least you don't have far to go. Best of luck and I hope nothing gets lost or broken.

Anonymous said...

Best wishes, don't envy the snow and ice that comes with your area, but you both know all about that..!

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