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  1. If I got enough folk together I wonder if I could move my house to somewhere with a better view?

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  2. Breathe .. keep breathing .. a move is very stressful but once you get settled.. you'll feel so good!

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  3. haha now that's what I call D.I.Y House-Moving!!
    Great pics! X

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  4. Now...if the two of them could only get together. What an efficient moving company they'd make!

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  5. I once moved all of my books by car, (it took me many, many trips), and now I realize what a terrible, inefficient packer I was! Both pics boggle the mind!

    Good luck with all of that --

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  6. Isn't that amazing!!!!!

    I may have to move again this year..
    I can see it unfolding with lots of friends help.

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  7. Just great great photos, one day you will look back on this with fond memories, LOL

    Margaret

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  8. You can do this!! It will be so worth it.

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  9. OMG, is this actual footage? Hope you make it through the move! Where are the new beds?

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  10. So there you are, amid all those towering and health and safety defying boxes, Saz! I have been thinking of you all day today, you little bloggy treasure, you!

    I hope it's all gone swimmingly, or as well as could be expected, with all your pre-organisation and planning capabilities! x

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  11. I need a few things moved around here. Got any of their numbers.

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  12. Are you taking their help?
    I wish you luck! :)

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  13. Kind of like the Beverly Hillbillies on acid.

    Good luck with your move. It's gotta be better than those pictures. Really. It will be.

    Your profile photo is hysterical!

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  14. The fun's just about to start...unpacking.

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  15. Thinking about you this weekend. Hope it all goes well, just think of all the positives... more space... new beds.....all that unpacking..... loosing stuff.....exhaustion... breakages.........oops! Sorry, got carried away!

    (still breathing?)

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  16. You are the little train that could...'I can do it...I can do it...I can do it.' Just remember to breathe. Love the pics...don't see Larry there.

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  17. Hope the move goes to plan. :)

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  18. Surprised you have time to post!! Large glass of wine and you'll soon forget it! (You do know where you packed the wine glasses, don't you?)

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  19. I'm adding my two bits here. Welcome to my blog; Sorry that I haven't returned the call earlier. Your blog title is intriguing, your thoughts are fun, furious and flirtatious. You can be an addiction.

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  20. I'm wondering how you are managing with the move!

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  21. roseiro- well bit by bit, get van monday for big pieces nit in till wed/fri
    thanks for asking

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  22. Funny photos! I hope you don't feel that you're carrying your house on your back...

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  23. What a fabulous idea - a whole new meaning to moving house. The amount of luggage on that car looks similar to my mum's when she comes to visit.

    CJ xx

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  24. Sometimes words just aen't enough, these pictures say it all! Great.

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  25. Easier for some folks to move than others, eh? Wow.

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  26. Brings back some memories that I would rather forget. Hope the move went smoothly.

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