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Old 08-31-2007, 02:16 PM   #11
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Good luck with the move Allen! Yes, check in when you can. I did the every 2 years moving for about 15 years straight. #1, I don't think another sucker will come along to buy this house so I have to implement #2 - moving pictures/furniture around so I THINK I'm living in a new place!
That's so funny Elf - I do that, too! But it upsets the men in my house. It seems they really don't "see" their surroundings as they walk through, so any change in furniture arrangement results in bruised shins and foul language.

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Old 08-31-2007, 02:39 PM   #12
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FM - it bugs the daylights out of my husband too! Once he sees a picture in the bedroom it belongs no other place!!!!!


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Old 09-01-2007, 09:57 AM   #13
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We're going to be about 4 miles outside of town. I don't know when, or if, cable is going to make it out there. I don't think the phone service is even SBC, or some other phone giant, or I would be looking into DSL. I've done DSL before, so I know what to expect.

It's really "out in the sticks". Although we're in a small residential area, most of the "neighbors" are on farms, with horses, cattle, etc. There's a lake a couple miles away, so I'll have to teach the boy how to fish. Heck, one of my twins has been pestering us about going fishing since he saw one end of the lake.

We don't have enough furniture for all the rooms in this house that we're moving in to. gonna have to stretch things around, or get creative.

It looks like we'll be getting the truck Monday afternoon. I have Monday and Tuesday off, so hopefully I'll get everything over in those days.
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Old 09-01-2007, 10:05 AM   #14
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Hey, AllenOk, good luck with not running into chiggers, fireants, and other obnoxious critters while you're at it. Moving is so much fun, isn't it? Take time to have a breather, however, and enjoy fishing with your kids. Have fun with them while they are still young--tehy will never forget it.

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