Monday, July 28, 2014

Dear god, I’m tired of moving.  But I’m soooo close to being done and I can’t give up!  Besides three pieces of furniture, I have roughly one box of my grandpa’s photos, a partially full box of still-in-use stuff in my bedroom, a partially full box of still-in-use stuff in the bathroom, towels, my printer, a box of kitchen stuff, whatever food I take, aaaaand…I think that might be it.  I took everything else over to the new place.  I packed up all my sex toys and not only did they fill a massive duffel bag, it was so heavy I had to use both hands to lug it!

I’m getting anxious over stuff just being piled in a corner at the new place but keep reminding myself, “Your goal is to move everything from point A to point B, that’s all.  You can deal with it once you’re fully moved in.”  I’m going to be living out  of boxes until October when I can hopefully buy a dresser and some shelving.  I’m so excited!  I want this move to be over so I can just stop thinking about it.  Then I can start thinking about nesting!  And OH MY GOD WILL THERE BE NESTING!

I should be out of the trailer park within two weeks and that isn’t soon enough.  I’ve discovered that some of my stuff had been stolen and on Friday there was a murder at the next trailer; I heard the gunshots.  I can’t get out of here fast enough.  Now do you understand how happy I am to be moving?  Every time I walk through the door of my new apartment, I breathe a sigh of relief.  I’ll be fully moved in within a couple of weeks and I can just…collapse.  I can collapse and say, “I’m home.”


  1. So happy for you. You deserve a safe and pleasant nest.

  2. Hi, you don't know me but I've been following your blog for a few years now. I just wanted to say that I admire everything about you, especially your courage.

    I hope your moving process is going okay and am eagerly awaiting an update, with photos (I hope) of the new place. Especially nesting photos, I always enjoy seeing the process of how other people 'nest' and make their homes their own. It means a lot more when you know the person has struggled, as you have, to find peace and a little happiness or contentment. I really hope you will be happy, comfortable and safe in your new digs.

    Best wishes, an anon admirer. :)