We've been looking for two years, too, but just generally, not with
anything specific in mind. One problem is what and where? In the past,
moving has always been related to a specific need such as location, for
work. Having now retired, the world is theoretically our oyster, which
makes the whole business far more complicated, even though it shouldn't.
We could go anywhere, although hope this will be the last move. Then
again, we like where we are, but the house is too big, or will be, as
the years pass. Don't know about you, but right through my 40s and into
my 50s, time and life seemed almost infinite. Now, in my 60s, I have
finally accepted that there is an end in sight, or at least a major
slowing down as the years pass. I am now at the age my Dad died, yet my
Mum is 91 and still going, albeit slowly, living in a flat. Popping my
clogs doesn't worry me - it is just running out of steam, not being able
to do much.
The answer, of course, is to do nothing. Just stay here until forced to
make a decision.