The second move of the summer is over. Boxes were packed, lugged down the stairs, lifted into my BIL’s 4×4 truck, driven to the itty bitty house, taken off the truck, lugged into the itty bitty house, unpacked, broken down, and are now awaiting the recyling truck to take them away.
The house is tiny, but larger than the apartment we lived in during the summer.
After organizing the kitchen, then taking everything out of the cabinets and starting over (three times), I finally got everything to fit. In a manner of speaking.
Now that things are un-topsy-turvying, I hope to follow through on some promises I made back in July: I owe several of you mix CDs — I haven’t forgotten, they should be coming soon!
Oh, did I mention I took on another client? They came to me, I didn’t search them out. This will be very good, seeing as living the adventurous life on 70% pay does have its drawbacks (we jumped in with our eyes open, but still).
And, a last tidbit: It’s amazing how many bruises one can get in 10 hours of bending, lifting, and carrying boxes, furniture, and large appliances. And the color variation: impressive!