Saturday, November 19

And the moving starts...

this time we are not in a hurry as we have supposedly ample time. But we were held up by laying out new carpet, building the shed, etc. We haven't scratched the surface yet, so to speak. There are still so many things to do but I am so looking forward to the sorting of what to keep and what to give away. I already know that I have so many clothes amassed but they're just overwhelming me. I need to purge in that department, a little bit on the cosmetics but I'd be saving best eyelash growth product if I ever have one, pantry and kitchen. We have already purged on the linen section.

So far so good. Exhausting but exciting at the same time.

Sunday, November 13

Back to Normal

it's been 5 days now since we got back from my homeland. The holiday mode was quickly stripped as I have to go back to work the day after we arrived. Plus, we have to face a big transition. We have to talk to people and we need to get our bearings together and try to remember where we have left off, which involves the solicitor (not the everett gaskins hancock llp though), real estate agent, etc.

We were well rested but Mcj picked up a nasty bug on our last day in Manila that he is still on the mend. And despite that, have to organise anything that needs fixing in our new home.

Workfront, all is well. It was fortunate that I feel like I haven't left at all.