I should blog in depth. I should give some details. I should give an update. I should chronicle the process... and I will: soon. Not tonight. I am so tired from the move, the change, the stress, the upset to the schedule that I can't write anything too in-depth tonight. I just wanted to post and let everyone know we are out of our old house and into the new one.
It was quite an undertaking. The physical aspects were much worse than I expected. I thought of myself as the same person who helped move it all into the house almost eighteen years ago. Unfortunately, eighteen years and 40(ish) pounds later and it wasn't the cake walk I was hoping for. I'm not sure I can remember ever being so sore from just a little manual labor.
I'm ashamed at how out of shape I am! Needless to say, all of this has caused me to see the need to do something about that as of NOW. The diet is no big deal. I'm a good dieter when I make up my mind. It's a matter of starting a routine of some kind of exercise. I'll probably start walking the dogs more, so that will help. I am not sure what else I am going to do, but I will definitely be looking to do something, and fast!
Aside from the physical aspects of the move, the time constraint was stressful. Once we were out, the pressure was off and I felt immediate relief. Now all I want to do is sleep. I swear, it's like my body just shut down on me and is in rebellion against all that has been going on. I think in a few days I'll be back up to par, then I'll blog about some of the particulars and share some of my marvelous wisdom and amazing insight after surviving this ordeal. LOL
Meanwhile, I'm going to tie up a few loose ends, sort through a few more boxes, and sleep, sleep, sleep!
This is the Success Blog of Rhenda the Representative. I will attempt chronicle the journey from life attached to the umbilical of the grid and the government to a more self-sustained life closer to God and the good earth He gave me.
"For thou shalt eat the labour of thine hands: happy shalt thou be, and it shall be well with thee."