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May 28, 2010

Some{thing} Change is Afoot at the Circle K*

Filed under: Family, Houses — sashyjane @ 10:06 am

*Bonus points if you can name that altered movie reference.

This weekend finds me with some unexpected circumstances.  I am packing up my beloved little townhouse, putting my things in storage and {dunt dun dun!} moving in with Mama and Daddy.  This living situation will be for just a few months until I get some exciting plans {more on that at another time} ironed out. I think my stay with them while my broken heel healed was probably the Lord preparing me for this season.

As I’m packing and condensing so that everything will fit into my high school bedroom and a 10×20 storage room, I’m finding a ton of junk that needs purging. It’s quite cathartic. It’s just too bad none of it is worth much or I could have a tidy little yard sale.

  Have any of you returned home after 4 or more years of independence? How did you deal? What things worked {or didn’t}? Any advice is greatly welcomed. 

In other news, I’m joing the ranks of a billion other women and going to see SATC 2 tonight! I’m sure Cosmo consumption will be at an all-time high across the nation this weekend. I’m beyond excited to see Aiden again!! AH!!

Anybody seen it yet? Was it 100% fluffy fun? Better, worse, about the same than the first?

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3 Comments »

  1. Ted: “Something strange is afoot at the Circle K.”

    Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure. Next time, try and make it challenging (said in Jerran’s voice) hahahaha.

    Comment by susiemaeday — May 28, 2010 @ 1:48 pm

  2. Also LOVE Aiden…can’t wait to see him! Perhaps I shall have a cosmo tonight!

    Comment by susiemaeday — May 28, 2010 @ 1:50 pm

  3. Thank you, thank you for using one of the most understated movie quotes as your title today. The Wild Styallions are one of my cult favs.

    Comment by Kelly Cheek — June 1, 2010 @ 3:42 pm


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