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The day of the move is nigh

The day of the move is nigh

Well tomorrow the move will be upon us, and are we ready?,I hear you cry, and the answer is a big resounding NO

I have packed things I need like clothes ,shoes and phone chargers and still have so much left to do, but I will get there

I have to no persuade my DH that I need to go into town this afternoon to buy myself a new handbag, I need one big enough to accommodate all the stuff I don't normally carry around with me, but I don't think he's going to understand ,lol

Seriously I'm dreading the move it's a long distance we are going, from margate in Kent, to bishop auckland in County Durham , I am originally from the area and I still have my parents there, but apart from then I don't really no anyone, I certainly don't want to try and get in touch with some of the people I was at school with , I didn't have anything in common with them then, and certainly don't now

Sorry about the moany post it's not meant to be pity me , but I had to get it out my system

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Better out than in, I have just moved twice in 6 months so you have my sympathy :)

You will get there, just remember to take it in stages. Don't be as silly as me and try to unpack everything at once, do the important stuff.

Exciting isn't it the thought of making new friends, not always the easiest job, but keep smiling. Someone in this forum said that a stranger is just a friend you haven't met yet, and that is a lovely thought :)

Good luck for tomorrow and I hope it all goes well :)


Good luck with the move, I shudder to think how I would cope, we have 43 years of stuff that may come in handy and never has. Enjoy your new home, these thing generally just fall into place on the day. Best Wishes. Lou x


Good luck with the move tomorrow. I want to genuinely wish you all the nest of luck, and loads of happiness.

All my hopes and dreams for you



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