We should be in Ohio right now, but we’re still in New Bedford. We ran into a little snag yesterday — there wasn’t enough room in our 8 x 8 x 16′ Pod. But the last time we moved, we didn’t even fill the Pod. How could we have accumulated so much stuff in four short years? Carol pointed out that she had a lot of stuff stored in her parents’ basement, and when her father moved into his new condo she had to take all that stuff.

We jammed all we could into the Pod, then we advertised on Craigslist, put stuff out for street shoppers (all gone now), mailed boxes to ourselves at the new address, donated some stuff the the local thrift shop. Carol moved books and merchandise to a friend’s store on Cape Cod, and her co-author’s house in Newton. It was incredibly muggy today, with relative humidity up around 100%, and warm enough that the slightest exertion left you drenched with sweat. I’m exhausted. But at last we’re done. Tomorrow, we’ll finish packing the car and start driving west….

3 thoughts on “((augh))

  1. Myra

    Clutter is like rabbits it is… It’s a constant battle. Moving is an opportunity to lighten the load. Don’t worry you will collect more. I don’t remember who said, “If you are not using it, it’s like stealing, get that object to whomever can use it” It’s a strategy for keeping clutter to a reasonable amount. I don’t use it any more so it’s not really mine. Good luck with your move!

  2. Dan

    Myra @ 1 — You write: “Clutter is like rabbits”

    That about sums it up. We hae been spending the drie talking about how to get rid of een more possessions….

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