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Well, that was. . . surreal.

Movers have come and gone, and most of my stuff has gone with them. Salvation Army's due in the next little bit to get almost all of the rest, leaving me with the cat, a couple of quilts, and the computer - the real essentials in life.

The place looks like. . . well, sorta like it's been lived in by a family of bears, who have now woken up from hibernation and trundled off in search of food. Messy, in other words. But I've alloted all day tomorrow to clean, and from past experience I know it's a lot easier to clean up an apartment when there's nothing to speak of in the apartment. Then load up the computer on Wednesday, find the cat (she's hiding - the movers spooked her) and away we go to DC. Whee!

For those keeping score, I didn't close out my last case. Drafted 40 pages, but kept getting rewrites that kept me from drafting the final section. Oh, well. Someone else can finish it out. I'm mildly disappointed, but I did my best. Now off to the private sector, lots of money, lots of work. Hope I can fake it til I figure out what I'm doing! Wish me luck.

Update: well, thanks to the hit and run efforts of the local Salvation Army folks (in and out in under 5 minutes - these guys have a real future in B&E!), I now possess basically nothing but cleaning supplies. *grin* This part of the moving process has actually gone very well! Hope it's a good omen.



Aug. 22nd, 2006 01:11 pm (UTC)
You are welcome to leave the truck! Do you think I might bother you for a ride to take my car to the garage to get brake work done? I've been putting it off because I didn't want to be stuck sitting at the garage.

And yes, dinner with us! Whee! It will be so good to have you about!
Aug. 22nd, 2006 05:08 pm (UTC)
Oh, certainly can give you a ride. Just tell me where and when.