Readers, Welcome to my blog (formerly Birds, Blooms, Books, etc). I'm entering a new decade - my 70th and taking on the challenge of moving from Maryland after living there 46 years and learning about my new home here in New England in the Live Free or Die state - New Hampshire. Join me as a write this new chapter of my life.

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

It's Official


We are residents of New Hampshire.  Our car is registered.  And no, we didn't get a low numbered plate.  I just didn't think you or anyone else needed to know the plate number.  Do you see the man in the mountain?  It's still on the plate even though the rock face fell several years ago.

Tomorrow we go for our real ID driver's licenses.  And we have registered to vote by mail in ballot.

Life is good in New Hamsphire.

11 comments:

Marcia LaRue said...

Your new page looks great ... so GREEN! LOL However, your gray lettering is really difficult to read ... even with good eyes or glasses! Maybe change to black print or try white and see how that works! Just a suggestion!
Seems you are getting settled in quite nicely!!

Marcia said...

Marcia L - thanks for the feedback. I tried white and that is less readable. I did increase the font size and selected bold. Let me know if that helps.

Tom said...

...so now you can "live free or die!"

Sarah Dee said...

I have no idea where Maryland is in comparison to New Hampshire, I am assuming you are in North America but hope you enjoy your new home, will the climate be similar. Sarah.

Gosia said...

I hope a new place will be great for you. ?Could you believe my granny was born in NH.

Nan said...

Welcome, welcome!! I have lived here all my life except for the first four months, and I wouldn't live anywhere else! My children feel the same way.

Anvilcloud said...

Of the choices, I hope you live free.

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Congrats. New state, New home, New Blog... Life must be awesome for you!!!!!

We are fine here in TN --and experiencing heat and humidity like we usually have in July/August. We are getting more rain now --which helps cool things off...

Have a great week exploring your new environment.
Hugs,
Betsy

Marcia LaRue said...

Yes, that is much easier to read ... thank you!!!

Cynthia said...

You didn’t waste any time becoming officially New Hampshirites, if that’s the correct term. Now you can start exploring all the new places. Have fun!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Welcome to NH, Marcia, from transplants ourselves. We moved here about 4 years ago after living 12+ years on the VA Eastern Shore and are NJ natives. We have been enjoying life in New England and wish you good adventures too.