For today’s blog post I will pose as someone who actually cares. This because I wish to be of assistance to those of you out there going through the same thing but of course, I. DON’T. CARE.
You get to this point in the packing process where you’re wondering why you spend so much time wrapping dishes that probably cost less than the box you’re packing them in. You start in one cupboard only to become quickly bored and skip a couple shelves in search of something “more interesting” to pack. Like say for instance, vitamins. Ahhh yes, my “medicine” cabinet which is hated by all in the family mostly because it smells like Vitamin B and Alfalfa…eww.
Next is the ever growing stack of boxes in the dining room. I had to shove the table over today to make room to walk by but I am counting down the minutes until my son or my husband walk into the chandeliers that are now in the walking path. Let the profanities begin. Oh and speaking of profanities, why do they exist in my house only around moving time? Seriously, I hate potty language of any sort and it is banned~ BANNED I say from my house! But no, today the ugly S.O.B. phrase popped up and it wasn’t from my lips.(for those of you waiting with glee for me to let ‘er rip~ ain’t happenin’).
Oh joy, oh bliss….I bought myself some packing treats. No, I am not sharing. Sharing would mean a reward and well, no one around here is deserving so I’m hoarding. They are yummy…a little sugar goes a long way as you can tell from this elaborately colourful post. However, this pile of garbage will soon become the evidence that my husband needs to convict me of sugar thievery. I shall dispose of it shortly.
Somewhere between now and Friday, we will get our collective ACTS together and actually have some organization, some progress and eventually a packed trailer. For now, I pause to thank all of you, my 22 faithful blog-readers for allowing me this brief moment of insanity.
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