It was such a long weekend... but, we got so much done and that is what I am thankful for. Do you know what is HORRIBLE? Moving, during a pandemic and a Stay at Home order.
Thursday, we went to the house after we got our keys. We looked around and talked about the different things that we wanted to do, etc.
Friday, I got off work at 12:30 and we headed to the house around 2 and cleaned everything. The girls washed their walls, they mopped their floors, I mopped the floors, vacuumed out all the cabinets and we were ready to move in.
Saturday, we had one awesome friend Geoff come and help Abe with the heavy stuff. We had most of our boxes already in my husband's big work truck he borrowed from work. We made one load with our friend. He helped unload all the heavy stuff and then he had to go home, so we finished the rest of the truck. We made a 2nd load with our old neighbor Moses and then we went back to the house once more for a few things. And then we were done for the night. We finally went to sleep around 11:30 pm. We started our day at 6:30 and we were exhausted!
Sunday, we spent our day unpacking, getting our internet up and running, and then cleaning as we went. It was a long day. We did not do a run from the duplex. Husband had to get a few things there, so he went, but I stayed home. Both kids were gone and it was just the husband and I.
We will spend the next week unpacking and getting things done that we need to do around the house. Small projects mixed with the huge unpacking we have to do. The quarantine stay at home order is now pushed to May 4 so we have a month left before we can have people over (unless they extend that time again...) So, we are going to unpack as we can, but rest when we need to.
And then we have to get the duplex cleaned and ready to turn in our keys. We have to be out of there by the 19th, but I am hoping to finish with that by this coming Saturday. We shall see how my body feels.
My husband and I are just so tired and exhausted, but we have a house of our own and we could not be more thankful!
Stay safe out there!