Spent most of the day criss crossing town, farmers market like fair on the square and shopping to groceries in the local middle eastern shop. Tried a new restaurant and were positively surprised, it’s close to the office so there might be return visits just based on the pasta-beef dish I ate today. Yesterday was
This morning I met with our seller, the lady we bought the apartment from, to fetch laundry room key and some mail. She drove me down town and we talk about moving in and out from our separate perspectives, she can’t get into her new apartment because the elderly couple she bought her apartment from
At work I started to dig into a new technical area today, the idea is to take some load off one of our teams by teaching myself parts of a platform were most of the team members lack in knowledge. Haven’t given the move much thought, but need to get a quotation from yet another
Yet another trip across town, today in another direction. Visited a few stores to check them out and got some groceries. Have gotten used to living at the bed & breakfast, having to share the cramped space with another tenant, we can call her “M”, we’re getting along fine and this morning she took our
Today is my mothers birthday, on our way across town I called her to congratulate her and also congratulate both mom and dad on their 44th wedding anniversary. Updated them on what and how we are going to handle the move, the bank and other stuff. Across town we went to check out an Asian
The work week was crazy, lots to do and think about, drained when coming home in the evenings. I like it. Still looking for moving companies, the remaining two companies that I sent a request for quotation has not responded back, at all. Gonna check with the lady we bought the apartment from, as she
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Busy day at the office. Got yet another moving company reply today, they wanted to know more about the stuff, how many boxes, furniture and such, comes through as professional. The other two companies has not been heard from, think I already have an idea about which company to choose. Have an appointment with bank
Crazy busy day at work today, participated in TeamSkills events throughout the day, fun and interesting. Started preparing a virtual machine to work with another customer, struggled to get the damn thing to pull updates, 5 minutes before leaving I managed to get it going, then paused it to continue tomorrow. Got reply from moving
Busy day at office, felt feverish all day, hot, cold and slight nausea. Went through the day anyway, feeling all weird, aching joints, feet and hips. Probably a prelude to getting sick. Habitat B feels a bit like home now, getting used to the walk in the morning, the wonky bed and sleeping besides son.
Back at Habitat B, were welcomed by owner and tenant. On our way here we swung by a grocery store and got some necessities, food stuffs and diapers. We totally missed out on gruel, last bottle were just served and one of us have to bicycle to a nearby store, as the evening feeding would
In a hotel in town since yesterday evening, same hotel as before but in a different, smaller room. Last time, the room were one bigger room with a balcony towards one of the busy streets below, now we have windows facing the other direction, inwards to a yard or parking lot in between the houses.
Zombie today. Slept beside son, he tosses and turns though the night. Thinking about changing Habitat B for something else as it’s cramped for space, kitchen access, access to laundry room. Alternative is not cheap, hotel room for 3 weeks. We need to move out of Habitat B tomorrow afternoon, Habitat X over the weekend
The only comments I get nowadays are the spammy kind, not many but a constant trickle of spammy comments about SEO or fake high-end watches/bags or enhancing medication. Fortunately I have Akismet catching them, with a high success rate and I check them manually as well before tossing them.