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11 October 2005 @ 05:10 pm
 
Final decision? Possibly. Heh. :)

With so much crap still undone, we've decided to stay until Thursday afternoon or Friday morning. That gives us 1.5 to 2 days to get things finished. We need a rest. Rob is exhausted, as he's been working constantly for days.

The pain has gone from my neck into my shoulder. I feel like I have bursitis or something. Ow ow ow.

Still left to do:

Finish basement molding (Rob)
Recycle old computers (both)
Replace ceiling panels (me)
Paint kitchen ceiling (me)
Finish packing car (both)

We do have to be out by Friday afternoon, as people will be coming by to look at the house, and having two people and a pit bull hanging out on an air mattress in the basement is not the way to impress people. I put off my headhunter interview till Monday, so that's ll set. Hmm, I could stand a nap now too...
 
 
 
Mary Lewysmlewys on October 11th, 2005 03:57 pm (UTC)
*snuggles* Let us know if there's anything we can do!
Elle: Crazy Gary Oldmantheletterelle on October 11th, 2005 04:17 pm (UTC)
*loves*

Not really. It's all up to us. But we WILL be down there by Monday. Yay!
Mary Lewysmlewys on October 11th, 2005 07:00 pm (UTC)
And I'll be back then! YAY!

Love you!
Jerlugonn on October 11th, 2005 04:11 pm (UTC)
Continuing on the air matress sucks, but it is good to take it a bit easier so you aren't killing yourself trying to finish everything at the last second for some semi-arbitrary deadline.

I have a pit bull too! He's so cute. He's a terror around strange dogs (other than Samantha, my other dog), and he doesn't like strange people much. But at home he is such a sweetie.
Elle: All is full of lovetheletterelle on October 11th, 2005 04:20 pm (UTC)
Yay pit bulls!

Mine is actually really friendly, as long as she's feeling comfortable. The only times she's gotten snarly toward other dogs are when we were out camping, and she didn't know the area. As for people, she'll bark like crazy while they're outside, but once they come in the door, they're her best friends. :) I love the wiggly licking!

The air mattress seriously sucks. But we were seriously collapsing, and you're right, the deadline is a little arbitrary. (The Friday deadline, however, is firm. People will start coming into the house then.)
Jer: Puppy - Chris Carmaklugonn on October 11th, 2005 04:34 pm (UTC)
Mine wriggles his entire body whenever I come home, so I know of what you speak. His whole body shimmies and he makes this moaning/yodeling *roowwwwwrr* sound while he prances around, high-stepping like a show horse, his whole body sinuously wriggling. Also, when he's excited he *must* have something to carry in his mouth. I usually take off my shoes as I enter and he takes one of those and carries it around proudly while he whines and carries on excitedly about the joyousness of my return. He doesn't really want petted, he just wants to prance around in front of me and *roowwwwrrr* in celebration. Very cute.

Reno (my pitty-pit) rarely licks or barks. And unlike your dog, he hates all dogs and most people unless the dog or person lives with him. He is also a serial killer when it comes to stray cats that wander into his yard.

Reno is also a totally spoiled cutie. He hates lying on the bare floor. He'll sleep on a dog bed if that's the best you have in the room, but he prefers to sleep on a human bed - preferably curled up in a ball in a nest he's made between the pillows. At night he likes to sleep beneath the covers because he has no tolerance for the cold. He likes a blanket once the indoor temperature plummets to the low 70s. Even in warm weather he used to pull back the covers so he could lie on the sheets since the sheets are super soft 600 thread count and he has shown a definite preference for the softer, silkier fabrics. Yeah - not exactly the image of a killer, huh? :)
Spam: Captain Jackmadbodger on October 12th, 2005 06:40 am (UTC)
Lemme know if you want me to go over your back muscles again sometime.