Tag Archives: Moving

Home Making

Stuff to be sorted

This past month I’ve been playing a complicated game of hide & seek hoping to find just the thing I needed without unearthing too many other objects that would make the hunt harder. With each passing week more things have found like things and I can now go to the closet where I stashed pillows and [...]

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Moved!

Living Room almost in order

Hello! I’m finally reporting in from the other side of the move.  We only uprooted 2.4 miles—a longish stroll, really, but a move is a move and even a short one can make you feel like you’ve traveled a very great distance. The move itself went smoothly but was exhausting.  Six professionals did the bulk [...]

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Moving On: Odds & Ends

White Heron by Benjamin Moore for the exterior color

So here we are at the end of this crazy month of remodeling.  I just left the new house after taking a peak at the glossy grey floors, the final coat still shiny wet as it begins to cure.  The new coat of exterior paint (White Heron by Benjamin Moore—more white!) glowed against the clear [...]

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Moving On: Bits & Pieces

“You’re moving in next week ?” said Jill, my trusted move-in/move-out house cleaner as we toured the new place.  Looking at the paint splattered floors, unmoored broken appliances and piles of wood shavings,  I understood why she thought that seemed iffy. Would the house be ready in a little over a week for us to move [...]

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Moving On

And so we moved.  Out. Away. Somewhere else. It was a stormy departure as moves mostly are.  Packing up all your earthly possessions—even to move them just a few miles away—whips up gale force winds of change. In addition, we agreed to let our buyers do some exterior work the last week we were in [...]

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Kathryn Pritchett

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