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Posted by sean on November 29, 2017 at 6:46 pm in Moving House with No Comments


Tonight, is the final night in our old house, where we have happily lived for over four years. Do I feel emotional about it? No. I feel a stressed, overwhelmed and tired.

We have loads and loads to pack, despite the removal firm boxing up the contents of our book/DVD shelves and kitchen. I tried clearing my wardrobe today and was amazed at how many clothes I have! I’m sure my jumpers and shirts have been breeding like rabbits in there.

This afternoon, we spent a delightful three hours in our new house. It was freezing cold and we had nowhere to sit, as the furniture isn’t being moved in until tomorrow. We had to wait while our new carpets were fitted and an engineer fixed our boiler. Yes, we bought a new house, only to find that the boiler is buggered. Luckily, it is now fixed. The carpets are lovely, although took a long time to fit. I started to get frustrated and almost had a Victor Meldrew explosion, when I heard the fitters upstairs, watching videos on their mobile phones!

Earlier today, Claire and I had two meltdowns. Luckily, not at the same time, so we were able to support the other one somewhat. The amount of work we had to do looked like a mountain. It is still a bloody big hill, which we’ve got to climb by tomorrow morning. It’s fair to say Mount Everest has become Ben Nevis. However, because of the work we have done this afternoon, and some very generous offers of help from our caring parents, we are on our way.

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