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Tag Archives: moving
I feel like ET. I was getting pretty down on things in November, and at the same time my jade plant was dying. My jade was clipped and grown off my mother’s monstrous plant that had to be given to a commercial business ‘cos it was so damned big — about 7–8 feet radius the [...]
Well, it’s all coming down. Another 10 days, and I can start looking in earnest for March 1st rentals in Victoria. Holy choices-to-make, Batman! Here’s what I know. I know roughly where I want to live. And while I’m working from home, I want to be less than 15 minutes’ walk to my local gym, [...]
My apartment is a wide chasm between growing seas of boxes. Each end of my apartment has a mounting assortment of boxes or things I’m to purge. In those boxes is everything from my Christmas crap through to college books I loved. It’s all there. Boxed and boxed and boxed. I hear the Weeds theme on a [...]
It’s a little weird dans Chez Steff this evening. Christmas is in boxes. Dust outlines litter the bookshelves where formerly-laid-objects have been hijacked and packed. Total disarray. Promising disarray, but chaos no less. I have decided to pack as much as I can, as early as I can. The thinking? Make myself live as minimally as [...]
Time to tackle some of the comments from the last week on my “bombshell” of my leaving this storied city of glass, Vancouver. [My original rant about getting out is here, and the “deeper reasons” posting is here.] After this, I’ll move on to blogging about the process of moving, the reflections it creates as [...]
I wrote 1,300 words earlier but they don’t feel right after coffee. So, let’s try this again. [deep breath] Om… *** My Friday post about leaving Vancouver is inspiring a lot of discussion, and I’m thrilled for the comments. So much is being said. I plan to mine the comments for posts in the coming [...]