The week of transition was crazy hectic, to say the least! I can’t believe we got it all done, because there were moments when I was certain we wouldn’t be moved out in time. But we survived and have that behind us now. Join us in revisiting that week!
My husband keeps giving me this weird look.
Every item of furniture we own, as well as all our boxes, are currently in our garage. However, everyday I go over to the house to clean, I keep finding more stuff to trash, donate, bring to the RV, or pack up for storage. I swear someone may be emptying boxes I’ve already packed and scattering them around the house, because I could NOT have accumulated this much stuff in the two short years since we last moved! Maybe it’s some cruel joke my neighbors are playing to keep me from moving! 🙂
Guess who’s excited to be heading to her new house?!? That’s right, baby Belle!! Don’t let her face fool you, she’s harmless.
Before any of our friends and family decide against visiting us, it took me a few shots to catch her mid-meow. She really is innocuous….most of the time. 😉
We are “mostly” out of the house. However, every time I open a closet or a drawer I am continuously finding new things to pack or trash. Last night we slept in the RV to start figuring out what we actually need and don’t need. We are currently victims of previous Sam’s Club runs, as our toilet paper and ketchup are giving my organizational skills a run for their money. It’s definitely a work and progress, and will be for a few months I imagine. We begin moving furniture and cleaning this weekend and will have the house prepped for check-out by next Thursday. So it’s definitely crunch time!
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We’ve had about two 4 hour trips to Lowe’s in 3 days. Hubby finished the Steadyfast Stabilization yesterday around 11pm. Poor guy is working at work during the day and helping me prep at night. During the day, I have the wonderful help of a 5 yr old which is sometimes helpful, sometimes not so much.
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Things are going fairly smoothly (knocking on wood as we speak) and we haven’t had any major hiccups so far.
future past self: Make sure the trailer installation guy (who rarely, if ever, works on RVs) knows that our sewer hose is located in the rear bumper prior to installation. Oops!
Well it turned out great! Now we just need to paint it!
Who says you need a rear Toy Hauler to have a patio deck?? Not us! Hahaha! RV is here and we begin bright and early tomorrow!