Entries from 'moving'

Fun Info Update: Things We’ve Seen So Far

We’ve been on the road since November 17, 2012. I (Erin) thought I’d post some interesting facts and almost facts about our trip thus far… Cheapest Gas Prices We’ve Seen: $2.88 somewhere in Louisiana Best Freeway Roads: Florida (very well-maintained, and they’d better be with all those tolls!) Worst Freeway Roads: I’d say Los Angeles,…

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Transition, Transition

Ahhhhhhhh. The move is done, for the most part. Man, I don’t think there is anything more stressful than moving! (Maybe having your first baby and making sure they survive beats moving, but that’s all I can come up with.) We have been at Chris’s parents’ house for about 5 days now. This morning I…

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Yes, I’m still here

I was really good for a few weeks about posting updates. Now that moving is officially “on” I am buried in responsibilities and dishes and who knew a bathroom could accumulate so much CRAP? (Pun not intended, but kinda funny anyways.) On the bright side we do have our first outing with the new home…

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Laborious Labor Day

Chris read the blog last night. He said it needed less words and more pictures. So here are some interior pics of the RV… forgive me if the pics are janky and the way the photos get laid out is wonky, I’m still a total rookie at this whole blog thing… First thing I did…

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movie break

We got to go on a date last night with our lovely friends here from Arizona, Alonzo and Molly (and thank you to our fabulous and adorable babysitter, Kylie, Zephyr’s new love). We saw “Bourne Legacy,” which was not as good as the other three. Jeremy Renner was likable and less serious than Matt Damon,…

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why it’s so hard to say goodbye

why it's so hard to say goodbye

this is our view from our apartment. last night zeph really enjoyed his time at the beach, he kept pointing out to the open ocean when his dad took him out in the water. that was his way of letting us know he was enjoying himself. it was awesome.

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