Feeling Human

August 26, 2013

72 hours. 50+ boxes. 3 strong and patient movers. 1 very helpful mama. 3 flights of stairs. 2 new baby cacti. 102 degree heat. 1 flatscreen mounted to the wall by 2 sisters (please be impressed). More closet space than we know what to do with. Just kidding, we know exactly what to do with that closet space…the move to our new apartment (still in Dallas) will officially be complete when cable and internet are installed in approximately one hour. Sally and I are exhausted but after taking long showers last night we are feeling almost back to normal and…

72 hours. 50+ boxes. 3 strong and patient movers. 1 very helpful mama. 3 flights of stairs. 2 new baby cacti. 102 degree heat. 1 flatscreen mounted to the wall by 2 sisters (please be impressed). More closet space than we know what to do with. Just kidding, we know exactly what to do with that closet space…the move to our new apartment (still in Dallas) will officially be complete when cable and internet are installed in approximately one hour. Sally and I are exhausted but after taking long showers last night we are feeling almost back to normal and pretty much human (save for the tired feet and sore arms and legs). We owe a lot of thanks to the movers who carried all stuff up the stairs to our new third floor apartment and even more thanks to our mom who flew down to help us unpack, hang art, and get organized.

Yes…we will be sharing pictures of the new place. Patience, patience friends! Until then keep an eye out for details and vignettes on our Instagram (:

(Images 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

  1. Congrats on the move! I always love the organization that a move forces, but never the heavy lifting. Hope you enjoy your new digs + neighborhood! xo

Comments are closed.

You may also like