The Move is done and I am going to bed now. My mother and sister are fast asleep........
I spent the las couple of hours doing wash for them, and wonder when mine will get done ! I also set up the desk that belonged to my grand father in the spare bedroom. Its beautiful and very old. Even the movers commented on its beauty and quality.
The off load took a full day again, there was so much stuff, but their stuff brings them comfort so I am at a point that I dont care any more even if I was unpacking and lugging it! I unpacked about 100 boxes today, and I think I have another 300 or so. ( the have ALOT of books, half were given away, but even so, they have at least ten bookcases left of books. How can I say anything about that? My sister reads so much and loves it, and it has helped give her education. She has excellent verbal skills because of her reading.
The animals are all safe, the dogs are tucked in bed as well, tomorrow will be a new day. I want to get unpacked whats in the living dinning room, and then we can slowly move boxes upstairs from the basement.
Tomorrow my son will be 20, we are all going out for a meal, I am simply to tired to cook this year BUT I did manage to finish that cake the other day.
So we made it, hard to believe it. Actually, surprising how furniture starts to make a place looks like yours when you have your things in it.
My mother is doin well coping, but she is like that, once it is time to move on, she does quickly, it is getting to the point to realize a change s needed thats hardest for her. My sister has done exceptionally well and I am very proud of her.
My son and his friend helped so much with moving things and getting this and that. I am most grateful for that.
Have a good night every one, and a lovely Easter day tomorrow for those who celibrate this tomorrow.
"If your number one goal is to make sure that everyone likes and approves of you, then you risk sacrificing your uniqueness and, therefore, your excellence."
Bless your heart, you do so much. I am glad it is done and they are adjusting well. Get some rest.
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.“