Moving is hard on your nails. Even cut short with only a coating of a clear polish with the idea of giving my nails a little protection, the nails look chipped and ragged.
Moving is hard on your body. Well, yes and no. Yes things hurt that I even forgot could hurt, but we did get stronger. Of course, we had to push hard to allow the new owner to move in when he wanted, and we have now had 10 days to recover, but we are still tired. I think we over did.
Moving is hard on cats! Cats loved the boxes,
but hated the empty house. Never leave a cat in an empty house! My poor babies were terrified; meowing from behind the toilet, the only hiding space left. They had everything they needed, just no hiding places. Now they are in the camper with us, and they like all the nooks, and even manage to get into spaces we never would have believed were comfortable for a cat, like the space above the video tapes. They each have their spaces and are quite content.
Moving is hard on Hubby! Not just the physical work, but dealing with an over-stressed take charge wife. Every past move was dictated by Hubby’s job. A couple of houses, he picked without me even seeing them. He did good, but now it is my turn.
Moving is hard on my brain. There are just so many decisions! Right now we are living in our travel trailer, moving from campground to campground, and looking at houses. This is no vacation. This is a serious job. We have had to travel 18 miles to the nearest place with WiFi. They were not real welcoming, because there was no place to plug in, meaning we had two hours maximum that we could use the computer and then drive back to our camper for recharging. Several texts later we are ready to meet for actually looking at houses. The real hard part is deciding where we want to spend the next chapter of our lives.
We think we are getting close. We have narrowed our search to a specific community, and have focused in on what we want, and have a couple of realistic possibilities. Next time I am able to check in, I might be ready for an announcement.
The only one moving doesn’t seem hard on is Brutus Buckeye, our Boston Terrier. Everyone in the campground learns his name quickly. Brutus loves the attention. He loves us being outside with him, long walks, and he even gets to go in the car with us when we go to look at houses. Brutus is always with his people, and therefore happy.