Renovation project - Leaving Spain
My flight is not to bad, very early, but not too bad. I see John
and I am so relieved to see him again, we chat about what happened
and he says he feels much better, still not 100%, but much better/
He has not fully packed for me, but I can hardly complain. We now
have two days to pack and clean the villa.
We also only have two days left to visit all of our favourite
restaurants we don't manage the restaurants but we do get everything
in the car.
When we are packed we look at the car and once again realise that
all our worldly possessions are in there and once again realise that
the majority of our possessions are either Johns tools, clothes or
memories from our children growing up.
It is a strange feeling knowing that all you own can fit in a car,
it is a million miles away from our old life in the UK where you own
far more than you could ever need. We sit and look around before we
leave and think about the wonderful time we have had, all the family
that have visited and how we will have to explain to my baby
grandaughter that we don't have the pool any more and there will be
no more rocket boat to sail in.
But it is time to go, we are both sad to eave but excited about
the beginning of our next new adventure in France.
See you all in France