We're not very happy about the move, but it was necessary. Scribe's commute was terrible and this will save him about two hours of driving a day. He had to suffer through rush hours of two difference metro hubs, and now he only kind of has one.
But this move does mean that we're living in a slightly smaller apartment that's slightly more expensive. I had to say goodbye to the walk-in closet (*sniff*). I also have to figure out where all of the stores, vets, doctor offices, and gyms are in this new area that I've only ever driven by in the past. That's a pain. Finally, and most sadly of all, we had to say goodbye to our neighbors. We had a good set at our last apartment building and we all really looked out for one another. Even the "weird" guys in the building, though... off, stayed to themselves and were incredibly quiet. (One would even hide from me if he saw me coming.)
The move itself was about the nightmare we expected. Hard, hard work. My thighs are a-burning today after all of those stairs. We even hired movers that were expensive, but worth every penny. We've started making the place look like "ours" again, which is nice, but it's currently almost 2PM and we've not delved into a single box yet, today. Oh well.
Also, Comcast is the suck. It took 5 service calls and roughly 2 hours on the phone for them to figure out the cable box they sent us does not work for our zip code. *headdesk* So we'll have cable tv... probably never, the way things seem to be going.
Okay, enough complaining. Now is the time for more procrastinating on my work before the school year begins (on Tuesday)! Yay!