No, we didn't sell her, we got her a roomier stall. It's been an emotional roll coaster since before Christmas really. However, things really got moving, literally in May. Without all the details, our mom has moved from our house into a facility for assisted living. So there was a lot purging of her things, packing and unpacking to get her settled. It's been an adjustment for everyone but it is working out really well. She seems to be happy and enjoying this new chapter. While all of this was happening my sister and hubby purchased a new home and also moved, within weeks of mom moving. We have an apartment in our home that our daughter lived in. But since mom moved out of our lower, basement level we moved her downstairs, more purging packing and moving. Now this left the apartment empty and in need of a refresh. So, Hubby and I set to work repairing a few things, painting and cleaning so we could rent it out, which we have done. It only took a few days, we had over 50 people apply which speaks volumes to the lack of affordable housing. Part of the emotional roll coaster is that I have decided to retire next spring when I turn 65. We decided a few years ago that when we were ready we would retire to that little town that we had purchased and sold our pervious properties, Parrsboro. I am happy to say we have found our H.E.A.H. (Happily Ever After Home) and purchased it. Finally, I'm getting to Fannie's new home. It's an old 4 bedroom, roomy farmhouse where we should be able to ramble about without bumping into each other. But the cherry on top of this great house is the barn/garage that came with it. It has three bays. A gardening garage on the end to the right that Cher (my SUV) will fit into for the winter months. The second bay is the original barn complete with old beam floors and a room loft. This is where Fannie will under go her transformation. The third bay is around the other side. It looks like it might have been used as a paint booth so it has a very tall ceiling, which is great because Cameron (our little RV) fits in there nicely. While we wait for spring 2023 to roll around we are freshening up our H.E.A.H. spending the weekends there and enjoying the veranda. We also plan to freshen up our current home as it will go on the market as soon as our daughter finishes her community college course in May. To say it has been hectic since spring is an understatement but it seems to be the way we roll. Fingers crossed everything goes to plan.