Throughout the week of Thanksgiving and then some we found ourselves painting each and every room in the house. While this process was proceeding, we were also half-assed packing stuff up and moving it outta the way, to make way for new Carpets that were put down on the 30th. It has bee a mad house around here! I am very thankful to Jacqui and Robert Rayne and their lovely girls that came over to spend an entire day painting the walls in my house with us. They worked themselves into a puddle of mud. I know we went to bed every night achy and dead tired. I am so incredibly lucky to have them in my lives. They understand what it means to be friends and be in a community. Their isn’t a whole lot out there I could think of that I wouldn’t do for those folks and I am pretty sure they feel that way about most folks they meet and know. It is going to be the most difficult thing, leaving them behind. With so much still needing to be done to ensure their home and health, it is going to be so hard to be so far away and helpless. Not my favorite feeling!
Now I must clean up messes of paint spots, clean floors, replace caulking, and separate all we are going to storage and all that is going in the car/airplane with us to the hotel. Much work to be done. S. leaves tomorrow and that makes me anxious and sad. I don’t know how I am going to get out there or when. All I know is all my stuff is being picked up on the 12th by packers and then I don’t know what. <shrugs> We’ll see, I guess. I feel sorry for the dogs. The trip is going to be rough on them. Staying in hotels with dogs isn’t so easy. they usually have to be kenneled until you get home from work, if you are not in the room, so we have their cages. Snoopy won’t mind so much, but Fiona will loose her mind!! She is usually out roaming her acreage lazily all day long. Days will be long stuffy and small. My poor baby. 😦
But when I arrive it will all be better since, I will be their and be taking her out for walkies often!!! That means no time in the kennel unless I must go out, if that. 🙂 I don’t mind us needing to be out there and think it will be a pretty neat adventure. I hope for the best, but its the actually process of moving that just bites!! I need someone to point to some shiney bright spot I am missing about the process of moving. I would really appreciate it. End results are going to be wonderful, but what is wonderful about this particular climb? Anyone???