HOORAY! You've sold your house. You're on your way – perhaps even moving to a new state and a new home! How exciting! However, don't forget, with any move comes many changes. And those changes can be tough – from grandkids missing friends to elderly seniors missing a TV remote they have learned to us
Of course, time – once again – often comes to our rescue. Time spent playing in a new neighborhood or working in a new school frequently leads to new friends. Sometimes we can “help” time with things like simpler remotes – such as the RCA big button remote or maybe an old favorite remote.
Fun and familiar holiday projects and traditions can be a big help as well – like our fave autumn project of making scarecrows.
However the change may happen, it can usually be a positive adventure with a little help from time and a whole lot of love. Got more suggestions to help our families deal with moving changes? We'd love to hear them.
Grandma Kc says
Moving is never a fun thing – mostly because I hate the packing — and then the unpacking! While I always find it a challenge to figure out all the TV stations and when my favorite programs will be on I love finding all the new parks to explore, the places to walk and eat. I bet the new schools will be thrilled to have you around!
Kaye Swain says
🙂 Too true on both sides of the equation, Kc 🙂 And we have some FAB parks all around us, including a couple with beaches. No waves but plenty of sand, seagulls, and fun! 🙂