May 20, 2006

Packing, listing, panicking

Started packing, part way through the craft room now and mr mog's railway room almost finished. Wow do we ever realise how much stuff we collect?? I've listed loads on freecycle inc nearly 100 acrylic paints. Don't ask( a friend closed his craft store down and we acquired them for something like 10p each. )Not what I use in my crafts and mr mog used all the scenery colours. They went within 5 minutes and the lady who collected is over the moon with them which is cool. I've still a lot to go through in the craft room but loads of baby patterns, books etc going on ebay.
Panicking because the landlord hasn't been back to see us yet. He has been really busy and I think will be here tomorrow but until he does I can't book removal van etc. Last night I sat in the grove in the gale force wind and rain. It was peaceful down there, a haven of calm amidst the storms. Looking around I thought how sorry I'd be to leave my trees and plants. But who ever moves in is going to have the most fabulous garden:) We are leaving 2 sheds and 2 greenhouses. Partly because its too much hassle to take them, greenhouse glass is very fragile after all. Partly not enough room. It does mean we won't have piles of stuff outside that we don't use very often.
So exciting times but impatient mogs don't like waiting:) I keep thinking of colours and where will I put this and that? Isn't it fun:)
I have 3 issues of simply knitting and knitting going free to first people who email amberdotmoggieatvirgindotnet for them.
Also bag of miscellaneous yarns


Digitalgran said...

I hope you will both be very happy in your home and the move will go smoothly.

acrylik said...

Wow, such a lot has gone on in your life since I last popped by. I hope that the move goes well for you, I am sending lots of calming thoughts your way.

Shelby said...

I'm with you on the packing/moving! I can't wait for it to be over!! Though it is fun to think of how I want to arrange things at the new house. And paint things!

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