Whoa. Hello there, Thursday!
What did you think of my disappearing act there? One minute it’s all complaining about the gym, the next it’s Bermuda Triangled blog all up in here. If your imagination were allowed to run rampant, you could almost imagine a treadmill swallowed me whole or something!
Alas, no freak gym equipment accidents here. Just moving. Hauling up stakes and plopping them down elsewhere. Back-breaking, exhausting, disorienting moving.
It was a big move, too. We moved all of four miles away. I’m pretty sure the weather is different on this side of the same city, and for sure the people are friendlier!
We got the keys to the new place on Saturday. It’s a fantastic place, by the way. Roughly twice the size of our old house, with an actual master bathroom (our old house had no master suite, just a slightly larger room than the other, by which I mean it was just barely big enough to put a king size bed in so long as you didn’t mind not being able to walk around).
Our new bathroom is almost comically large, though. The bathroom in this place is almost the size of our former bedroom. If we ever needed extra income, we could rent out the bathroom to a family of three.
Anyway, tangents aside all our stuff is over here. We were originally intending to move this coming Saturday, but I kind of got started packing and couldn’t stop, so we moved on Tuesday instead.
And now you know why I haven’t blogged in a week. I haven’t even typed much in a week. Heck, I barely remember where the keys are! Nah, that’s an exaggeration but only barely. I turned on my computer and glanced at MSN and I was instantly overwhelmed by how much information there was. I simply could not believe there was so much stuff going on out in the world that did not involve boxes!
In other words, please forgive the absence and also this resumptive, rambling post. I’ll get better at this coherency thing. I reckon I’ll get better at it right about the time my back forgives me for rearranging the living room furniture by myself because I was too impatient to wait for Wes to come home and help me.