Posted by sean on January 29, 2006 at 3:03 pm in Moving House, Work Activities with No Comments


Wow, a lot has happened for me this last week (hence the lack of updates!).

Firstly I was offered a job in the local hospital’s IT Department providing network and computer support. I currently work in the offices of the hospital’s Maintenance Department but there is very little IT tasks available and as computing is an interest of mine (and I have many qualifications) this is a great move for me.

What’s more is this week I looked round a new place to live, was offered a place and accepted. I am renting a very large room in a house with a few other people. Very nice place and good value for what I am paying. Like where I am currently living it is just round the corner from my work so no transport costs.

The trouble with moving is that you have to lug about SO MUCH STUFF! Luckily this new place is only a short walk away but it is still a big job moving everything. Yesterday I took my massive shelves down, took them along and put them together. The whole contents of the shelves are now on my bedroom floor! I am moving most of them over to the new place and back onto the shelves this afternoon but at the moment the place looks like a bomb has dropped!

I took these pictures of the mess last night, will take some of the new room soon.

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