We Be Movers 'n' Shit

Well, we finally decided to give up on the little house that couldn’t and are moving back to the old apartment. You’d think I’d be disappointed but given the bad luck attached to this house I’d have to say I’m relieved.

Yesterday, we became big burly moving machines and got most of the really heavy and difficult stuff over to the apartment and today is the final big push. Looks like though we will be without the modern conveniences of internet, phone and cable (what the heck will we do with ourselves?) for the rest of the weekend.

We are hoping against hope that we somehow magically have internet since the service was never turned off but we really don’t know. So, if you don’t see me around for a little bit, don’t panic. LOL. Okay, just don’t think anything is wrong, how about that?

If by some miracle we do have internet, I’ll be around tomorrow. If not, I’ll see you as soon as we get turned on. Meanwhile, I need to get on my big, burly mover dude duds and my awesome giant mover gloves – now, where is that dolly?????

Have a good weekend folks. 🙂

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14 thoughts on “We Be Movers 'n' Shit

  1. Just be careful moving that heavy stuff. There’s a reason why people hire movers. At least you’ll be able to enjoy a good long hot soak to ease the aching muscles.

    Sending good thoughts your way!

    Hey 30!
    Well that was good advice, too bad I didn’t take it. My poor body was in agony for a couple of days there and then it just went numb. I think we have finally recovered from the move. Just the thought of moving again anytime in the near future gets my back and my ass spasming. 😆
    Annie

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  2. Life without Internet or cable? That would terrifying!

    😉

    Well, at least it’s not happening during the season premiere of Lost or something… 😛

    Well at least now we have internet – still working on the phone. I suspect though that Verizon will wait until after the inauguration to give us our phone – they are too busy attending balls and shit. You know? 😉
    Annie

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  3. I’m sure you’ll find some other way to occupy yourself then………..

    You’d have thought that would be the case, wouldn’t you? But basically I just slept when I wasn’t putting shit away or groaning. 😆
    Annie

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  4. Wow. This really sucks. That house must be cursed or something. I really feel terrible that you’ve had to go through all this moving so much – as if it weren’t hard enough moving across the country in the first place. Poor Annie.

    Well, one good thing is your relationship is growing stronger from all this, I’m sure. And you’ll always have these funny horror stories of the beginnings of your relationship. Yeah, I’m reaching but sometimes you just gotta. 😉

    Hey Teens!
    I don’t know if it is cursed but I do think it is occupied, if you know what I mean? Yes, if nothing else, there are plenty of blog posts and funny stories to tell at parties, eh? 😉
    Annie

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  5. I have moved 22 times since 1989. It sucks, and all I can say is I’m so sorry you have to go through this!!!

    Oh my gawd, that’s more than once a year. I don’t know how you have kept your sanity. Hopefully we are both staying where we are for a while, eh? 😉
    Annie

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  6. Given the newness of your relationship, I can think of many ways to stay busy over the weekend. And it does involve ‘getting turned on’. *grin*

    Ah, I see Moe thinks like I do *chuckle* Rock on, Moe.

    LOL Panther – I see that you and Moe do indeed have the same one track minds. 😉
    Annie

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  7. UGH. I HATE moving! Good luck with that…

    Hey MJ!
    Well it’s done and hopefully we won’t have to do that again for a very long time. Fingers crossed. 😉
    Annie

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  8. It’s the end of the world as we know it. Whaddaya mean no internet? R-U-Crazy or what? 😉

    That is funny, but who am I to criticize. BSue and I built out little shack from the ground up. (Ever see that movie The Money Pit). Before we moved in all important utilities where up and functioning including the internet. I mean we had to be able to check our email didn’t we. No one could expect us to miss our spam, forwards, and all that important stuff.

    I am serious, we moved in the desk, then the computer, set up the computer, checked the email that had not been checked for about 3 hours and finished moving in. The computer was the last thing taken out of the old apt and the “first” thing moved in the house.

    Hey Squawky,
    You really made me laugh with this. I so know what you mean about last out, first in. In my ideal world that is the way it would always be. Good to see you, my friend – how’s things?
    Annie 🙂

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