Tuesday, October 9, 2007

A Quick Update



Well as you can see from the pictures, our move was very interesting. Phillip and I found out quickly that we have too much stuff! The moving company was able to get everything on the 53' semi except for the basketball goal, which we ended up donating to FCA. The kids enjoyed riding their scooter down the ramp of the moving semi on moving day. As most of you heard, one of the packers stepped through the ceiling of our attic into the kitchen. A major OOOPS!!! We closed on our house in BG on the first and spent the next two days traveling south. We closed here on Wednesday morning and our moving semi arrived on Thursday. Which allowed for me to paint Courtney's room Wednesday afternoon. It turned out really cute, if I do say so myself.

All of us, has worked very hard trying to get everything in order and I think we have accomplished a lot in just a few days. We are now down to less then a handful of boxes in the house. However we still have not been able to locate the extension rods for our bed frame yet. My guess is that they were placed somewhere in the garage, which is a whole different story. We went from a large walkout attic to hardly no attic at all.

3 comments:

Emma's Mommy said...

Glad you made it in one piece! Don't forget to post some pictures of your new house once you get it all decorated! We miss you!

Dana said...

Great to hear from you! I'll send the pictures from our Friday adventure as soon as I get a chance. There was also a great article on letterboxing in the Daily News Saturday I'm going to send your kids. Send your new email adress when you get a chance, I have some things to tell you. Love and miss you, guys!

Judith said...

What would life be without these little OOPS! We miss all of you and it looks like you are just as organized as ever. It took me months to get down to just a few boxes in the garage. NO, it took years, NO, there are still boxes in our basement that have never been unpacked. Do you think I should just pitch them? But, you know me there might be something in those boxes that I will need. . .