We started our day early getting everything ready to move. My sister and her husband arrived to Clarksville around 1 and we began loading the U-Haul. We were not done loading it until almost 8 that night. that didn't mean we were done for the day though! Nope, we had to drive about and hour to get to our storage unit. We would have started unloading our U-Haul at 9, but my brother-in-law decided he was going to take a "short-cut" and we ended up getting separated. After ending up at the storage unit without him behind us, we tried to figure out how to get a hold of him, since my cell phone was not working! I thought about asking the drummer that was having a personal concert in a few storage units down, but the boyfriend did not think that would be such a good idea. So we finally decided to leave when I had the bright idea to head into a gas station and ask to use the phone. Thankfully I got a hold of my sister and we regrouped and headed back to the storage unit to unpack the U-Haul.
So that was our night on Wednesday. I still can't believe it is already Saturday night. These last few days have been a total blurr of packing, moving, unloading, and organizing... and it still isn't all finished.
The nutty thing about this is it is just the first time this summer that we will have to do all of this. The boyfriend and I have temporarily moved in with my mother so that we can save up for a move to a near-by town this summer. We've only been here at my moms for 4 nights (the days don't really count, because we've been busy moving/unpacking/cleaning during the days and have barely been here) and I am already itching to get out of here. I miss having privacy and it just being the boyfriend and I. But I'm crossing my fingers that everything will work out for the best and we will have our own place to call home at the end of the summer.
However, I will say that what did make this day worth is was the packet waiting for me on my mom's kitchen table when I got home! I still can't believe I won a giveaway! It was so nice relaxing while reading