Friday, January 13, 2012

I move in on Monday!
Its been a long haul...but I can't wait. Its been lovely spending time with the kids, but you need your own spot...and so do they. I am about to do the final inspection. No doubt by this time next week there will be heaps of photos and hopefully all will go well - that is the truck with my almost 80 photo albums won't crash!!!


FoxyMoron said...

I keep counting down the days, I am so excited about your move into your new house. (Yes I need to get out more) :)
Can you email me your new postal address?
Good luck for the move in.

jacqui boyd alden said...

good luck with move :)

Ann ODyne said...

what an achievement!
It is going to be SO GOOD.

do the inspection thoroughly though.
turn on every tap and light.
the exhaust fans.
get in the ceiling - tell the agent to bring a ladder = to check the downlights don't have the insulfluff up against them
open every cupboard door.
be wary, to avoid problems later.
A house is the bigge$t thing we ever buy.
Congratulations and good luck.

Anne said...

Well done - it would have been hard but you've done it!

Hope all goes well:-)

Middle Child said...

Surrounded by towers of boxes - am NEVER going to buy another book nor ornament - I have an elegant sufficiency of too much

thank you for your kind wishes...and Ann O'Dyne everything works

iODyne said...

oh I haven't heard anyone say that for years.
My darling Nana used to say to me
" you are not 'full', you should say you have had an elegant sufficiency thank you".

Middle Child said...

Marshall - went to a Catholic school 1959 to 1970...the nuns took no prisoners and we were meant to be tough but as well very polite - Your Nana must have been raised the same

iODyne said...

Hi TM - having a break from unpacking are you?
My Nan was born in 1897 and with her 3 siblings had a governess at home. My mother had the Nuns, oh yes indeed. X X

FoxyMoron said...

Well glad you checked in with us, we're all waiting for an update, it's not like you've got anything else to do! LOL Wish I was there to help you unpack.