Friday, May 09, 2008


Our stuff has arrived. The computer and network are up and running. I have sweaters and scarves and wool socks available again. I seem to be the only person who is cold all the time in the whole city, but wearing the Tilted Duster sweater yesterday was heavenly. Wooly goodness.

So far, I haven't found a single broken item from the move. Our box of toothpicks, unsealed, made it all the way from New York to Oregon without losing a single pick to the bottom of the box. But once I got my hands on the larger box, half of the toothpicks were scattered throughout "Kitchen - Misc." I have many boxes in my life labeled "Misc." It has been like Christmas, a little. It's certainly chilly. (Yes, enough with the talk about being cold. I could turn up the heat, and all would be well.)

The weekend is looking good: a baroque concert, haircuts, farmers' markets, and theater. And the delivery of our books and wine. Bliss!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm so excited for you! You will definitely be busy unpacking, but it will be fun to put together your new home.

Aren't you glad you have some warm weather handknits to help with the cold weather?