Eurydice (eurydice72) wrote,

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I owe comments but I've been out more than I've been in today, so they're going to have to wait until tomorrow when I'm a little more coherent. Kids had shots, finished Easter/birthday shopping, and then tonight we did a test drive to the new house to figure out how long the commute would be during rush hour traffic. We got it done in 45 minutes, but we know exactly where the bottleneck and figured out a couple alternate routes for Craig to try out. Without the bottleneck, we would've been there in 25 minutes. More than acceptable. Hell, the 45 minutes is acceptable if Craig sticks to the schedule. It still gets him home before 6.

We took a load of boxes over as long as we were going. Can I just squee about how much I love the new house? Craig and I were going through the kitchen, talking about where things would be kept, and there were actually cupboards left over that I wasn't sure what I was going to do with at all. I love having too many cupboards; I take my storage very seriously. ;) We spent 10 minutes on the deck talking about our plans for outside as well. The patch of ground I thought was only big enough for a small vegetable garden turns out to be big enough for a play area for the kids, too. We're going to start looking at swing sets and the like now that we know there is room for one.

Tomorrow is egg decorating with the kids, wrapping Craig's birthday gifts, and more packing. Oh yeah, and finishing the next Echoes chapter so that I can get back to the smut in Chains before my characters explode. :)

And since most people will see this in the morning, my thought for the day:

If you should put even a little on a little, and should do this often, soon this too would become big - Hesiod
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