That weather could have made today much worse for metro Atlanta. Even though it was better than predicted I chose to stay at home this morning and come in late. And whenever I do you know what that means… a terrible blog post.

HERE IT IS! I’ll chat with you all tomorrow.

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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11 Responses to Whew

  1. Steve says:

    MAN! Hard to find good help these days.

    And speaking of good help… dear friends, the time has come. This weekend, if there are enough available, we will be loading PackRat #2 with non-needed furniture and such. Saturday looks like better weather and I’m sure I can convince Debbie to whip up something special for lunch. Who might be available?

    I’ve almost got PackRat#1 completely full. Just a little here and there and it’s done. In the meantime, we’ll be packing what isn’t already boxed. The trick is leaving out what you need for the next 3 weeks or so. Ugh. Remind me not to ever move again.


  2. Barb says:

    Paul – the weather was fine this morning – really?

    Allan & I can come help on Saturday. Just say what time. And- what we might need to bring.

    When we moved way back when, I had packed up all my colder weather clothes in the POD, but then our sale got messed up & went into the fall. Goodwill was my friend, I went & bought some sweaters.

  3. It rained until early in the morning and all weather forecasts said that it was going to go below freezing and stay there until 11am. Besides, since I don’t have to be to the office by a specific time why should I risk it?

    I might be able to help on Saturday. Unfortunately there are two strikes agin it, 1: I may have to work, 2: I have a ticket to a play on Saturday night.

  4. Steve says:

    We’re hoping not to have any problems!! The new property is listed as a “mobile home” but it is actually a modular home. Hopefully the lender will understand, but I’m following up with our realtor.

    Can we aim for 09:00? I have one furniture dolly, but you can’t have too many. And if you have a hand truck, that is one item I could use.

  5. I’ll let you know my availability on Friday. If I can make it I will bring a hand truck with me.

  6. bob says:

    SNOWMAGEDDON 2015!!! Schools are closed and the streets are completely dry. I guess you have to expect it after last year. We will get lulled in to complacency for a few years then get hit again 🙂 That is just how winter in Georgia is.

    Congrats on the new house Steve, I’ll bet that brings down the stress level a bit. Although moving brings it right back up! I wish I could help on Saturday but will be in Charleston sleeping on an aircraft carrier with the cub scouts.

  7. Steve says:

    Bob, I would gladly trade places with you, cub scouts and all!!

    Just on the phone with AT&T to see if I can even get DSL- Uverse is out of the question. The current owners have HugesNet (!!!).

  8. Barb says:

    0900 – Allan will be getting home from work about 0730 – so we should be able to make that work. We have various dollys, hand trucks etc., we will load them up.

    (and I love that you listen to the weatherman Paulie)

  9. Stacy says:

    The car I saw this morning will be VERY disappointed in not being able to read a blog today, Paulie. 😀

  10. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    If that driver checks tomorrow he/she will see the photo of the car you sent to me — once I can obscure the license plate.

  11. Stacy says:

    HA! NICE! 🙂

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