Friday, March 18, 2011

Packing it In

Right now, it looks like we’ll be moving soon. I say “right now” because in the next couple months I could be paid a bazillion dollars to write a sitcom, I could win the lottery, I could meet a single, rich man who wants half a dozen kids, or my ex-husband could decide to get a job and pay all the back child support he owes me. Oh, I crack myself up!

6 comments:

Elle and Belle said...

Ooo, you are brave! Don't forget to sort through the kids stuff while they are out! Otherwise the one-eyed dolls and manky teddies that look like road-kill will suddenly become the all time favourite toys that cannot be parted with without either bribery or a screaming fit. Good luck! It'll be worth the hard work

Kim Neyer said...

Move to my town. Housing is cheap here and you'll still be close to Chicago pizza! :D

Colleen said...

Thank you for putting the donation link back up. FINALLY did mine!
God Bless you and yours Dawn!!

jdb in AZ said...

Do you know where you'll be living? Are you planning a nearby moove, or is this a long-haul cross-country marathon?

mommeeof10 said...

I've often wanted to clean like we were moving, yet not move. Getting rid of 50% of the stuff would make our house much more liveable. I have 1500 square ft with 11 people living here. My oldest (21) moved out before Christmas. Hubby is a packrat, any more stuff acquired by him must go into his workshop, 10 by 20 building with heat/ac and it's own electrial service. If he wants it that badly, he can work around it when he uses his planer, band saw or other tools. :) Now to get rid of his 1992 Packard Bell 386 sx PC, which has not been turned on in at least 10 years. He thinks it still works...

Dayna said...

I know it's probably further than you care to move, but remember, Oklahoma is the corporate headquarters of Sonic. There's practically one on every corner. We may not have authentic Chicago pizza, but we have some pretty good "gourmet" pizza places. And we have some exciting weather -- ice storms, blizzards (which are nothing compared to your snowstorms) and tornadoes.

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