How we make ourselves at home

Just to give you a little view of what last night’s crazy day of work. Can you spot anything unusual? Well, unusual for a normal person, I mean.

Friday night, after we got our keys, we brought a few things in – one of them the suitcases with all my knitting books, sock yarn, and lace. So we pulled them all out and laid them on the little bar between the kitchen and the big living area.

Call it something in between staking a claim on the place and a small attempt to freak out our landlords upstairs. They didn’t say anything the next day, though, even about the fleece in the sink.

All you need to survive: a bed and an internet connection.

After a full day’s regular work and a full evening’s work, the bar has something a little more normal on it, the yarn is in its usual place, and we have the other thing you need for life – the entertainment center. Baby steps.

Time to go watch a celebratory episode of Chuck. Then sleep. Good night!

2 thoughts on “How we make ourselves at home

  1. Elleigh S. says:

    Mmmmmmmmmmm… yarrrrrrrrrrrrnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.

    When I left Philly to move back up to Worcester, I had very limited space in my Outback. I took 1 large garbage bag of clothes, and then filled up 6 tupperwares with books and yarn. I parted with quite a bit, but I could never part with my library or my stash!

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  2. Jonica Kelly says:

    Same here! The yarn and books are the last thing packed to go and the first to be unpacked when we moved!

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