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Green to go!



We've had the green light! So we pick up the keys to the new house on Saturday. That gives me tomorrow, as l'm working Wednesday through Friday to get organised. Which list to write first! I shan't sleep tonight, so l may make some headway over night.

So what to do first? Buy some beds,  a washing machine and some chairs, tables and a sofa from a clearance place or two!

Then we have four days over the weekend to get the most of our things over to our new abode a mile away. Larry and I will have a van for Monday and move the larger pieces. We won't have beds until Wednesday at the earliest, so we may sleep on the floor at the new place or in beds at the current place, which we will have for another month yet. But once the bulk of our own belongings are moved, l'll be loathe to leave the house unattended.

My stomach has been crunching all week and we only viewed this house exactly two weeks ago, I can't imagine how l would be if we had to wait the usual 3-4 months! We are lucky we are in a position to keep two properties overlapping for  a time, condusive to an ease of transit.

So I may be unavoidably be distracted from blogging for a while over the next week or so. Although I shall be lurking some, because this saddo has a broadband dongle and l can access internet and you all 'anywhere, anytime',  who aid that?  Batman ? or was it superman? Perhaps  Thunderbirds are more appropriate.

FFF and family are GO!



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  1. good luck with the move and remember to breathe and eat.

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  2. CONGRATS!! and do remember to breathe.. it's a bit important to sustaining life..lol ;) just enjoy the moment.. and try not to let the stress part overshadow your joy!!
    [was a realtor, so that's the advice i always gave my clients as i put the keys in their hands!] many blessings in your new home!!
    Tracie

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  3. Hope that you have made the right decision. Good Luck with the move.

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  4. Broadband dongle?!

    I wish you all the best of luck with your wonderful move, Saz! All systems are go - and I've finally Googlemailed you too! p.s. Get hold of some Bach Rescue Remedy drops for the likely stress! Love, xox

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  5. oh.my.god. did you say 4 days! Good luck with everything! wow.

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  6. 'Any time, anywhere' .....wasn't that a Martini Ad, with the woman on rollerblades balancing a tray?

    Anyway.....Congratultions, so quick! Hope it all goes smoothly, I wish I was closer so that I could help :)

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  7. Great news. How exciting and by God you will be busy. All the best and watch yer back sleeping on that floor.

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  8. Congratulations! Although I don't envy you the move..I can't stand moving....ugh! the work...be careful

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  9. Best of luck with the move. Remember, kettle and loo roll, keep handy.

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  10. How lucky you are to be moving just a mile away! That is SO much easier...still a pain in the ass...but easier!

    Malisa

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  11. Good luck with getting the move done. It's never fun, but it's usually satisfying when it's all over and everything is back to order.

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  12. Oh I just wish I could help...how exciting. I love the moving in and getting the rooms just right, the novelty of it all and so much more room for you all. Good luck darling...and remember to DELEGATE.

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  13. Fingers crossed it is all plain sailing. Good luck!

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  14. Wow - that was quick. Very best of luck with the move.

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  15. exciting. Good luck with it allX

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  16. Congratulations and the best of luck!

    I have moved so many times,
    now all I got is pack my suitcase for tomorrow's departure to Rome.
    Moving day will come around soon enough anyway. ;)

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  17. Congratulations! Hope the move goes well and you are all happy in your new home!

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  18. Congratulations on the house.it will be an exciting time for you.

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  19. How very exciting! Congratulations on your new house :-)

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  20. One big suggestion I would add is that of "expect" it to take a loooonng time to get moved in. You will more than likely live out of boxes for a few months depending upon how much time you have and, mostly, how organzied you are. Most of us get overwhelmed with the process. Take time to have a good hot meal, even if it is fast food, take a hot bath/shower and get plenty of rest, even if you are laying there watching the blue tube, at least your body will be "resting".

    Make it fun!

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