Welp, I move back into my condo on Tuesday, December 27th. Didn't have much to move so it didn't take long.
What took the longest was getting the kitchen put together. It took 4 days to get everything figured out and cleaned of the sanding dust in order to put each item away in their new places.
Then it was time to start the process of going through the collection of cook books and placing the ones I intended to keep into their located spots of honor. What took the longest was going through the collection that my Mom had when she was alive. Many times I had to stop to go find a kleenex or two. [damn, I do miss her]
"B-B" and I have been making several trips to the county dump and/or good will as we clean and arrange the garage and/or go through the boxes/bags of stuff sitting around my home.
My home is being worked on during the week-day evenings because we are doing a move-out/clean at "B-B's" house on the weekends since he has decided that he didn't want to live there alone.
So "B-B" moved in on Sunday, January 2, and "Munchie" ["B-B's" cat] arrived on Monday evening, January 3.
Munchie, being a cat that enjoys her evenings out she was not happy that she had to stay inside for two days. My throw rugs and now puddling drapes were the objects of her distain for this plan of action to familirize her homeing instinct to this location. Lucky me! I got to do special washing 2 days strainght.
Now, with the snow and ice along with the blowing wind she is quiet happy to curl up on "B-B's" bed and take naps with him.
And so the putting together of my condo and aiding the move-out clean with "B-B" continues. Sometimes it seems that the fun will never end.
If you got snow earlier this week, stay safe and warm...AND... if you have to go out ...
TRY not to play bumpper cars.
Happy snow ball fights.
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