Thursday, January 17, 2008

More snow! The roads are gross, I cancelled tutoring, we are hibernating this evening, and packing.

As many of you know, we are moving. On Monday a company in MD made Chris an offer we couldn't refuse. 'Think of the family' a husky voice said. So we accepted that and the whirlwind began. The first phase was brainstorming...we did that for a day and a half and decided that Chris will make the almost 2hr each way commute for next week and then Saturday we will move everything down to MD. Saturday is nine days from today, did you know? !!!! Well it is, and seconds are flying by at an alarming rate. Fortunately we moved 8 months ago and the house hasn't really had opportunity to disorganize. There are lots of things that have not even been touched since they came out of the box last time. Makes me wonder how much stuff I really could do without...hmm. I'll ponder that when I have the time.
So, we started packing boxes Tuesday night. We have a few more nonessential things to go still, but most of what is left will need to be packed the day before we move. We are packing machines I tell you. Frantic packing machines at that.
So where are we moving to? Well, the state of Maryland. The east part. Ummm, probably near Chris' work. Miss Trighe and Hughe Gnoes are our neighbors. Yes that's right, we don't know. Thankfully, Chris' parents are in the same area and we can stay with them as we find a place to live.
It is crazy how quickly things are happening. And speaking of chickens with their heads cut off, I need to get dinner on the table.


  1. I'm so excited to hear that you will be moving down here! And at least for a while you'll only be a few miles away! It does seem that you have an overwhelming task though of moving and finding a place and all that goes along with that.... so if you need any help or anything at all please let us know, we would be MORE than happy to help you guys with anything!

  2. Anonymous2:25 PM

    Anna looks so cute out side in the snow and we actually got some snow down here in Georgia But it only stayed for about three days which is prety good for Georgia.