That would be cleaning out...
... the DVR.
... the freezer.
... the pantry.
... the closet.
And anything else I can manage to find the time to empty.
The worst thing ever is moving something to a new place, taking it out of a box and realizing that you haven't used it since the last time(s) you moved.
Granted, I am just moving down the hallway and up a floor, but I still don't see the point in hauling pointless, unused crap from Point A to Point B. This is the first time I've ever moved to a different home in the same location, so I'm trying to come up with ways to make the process easier. I just don't think a dolly will suffice.
While brainstorming, I tried to put Bossdad's integrity to the test and convince him that he should be my accomplice in
I got shot down.
In my defense, I was going to make sure they had plenty of carts AND bring it back after I was done with it. No harm, no foul- right?
He didn't seem to think so. Damn parents and their "lead by example" bs.... :)
Anyone have any other suggestions? My complex has a golf cart the security guard uses... maybe I could sweet talk him into handing over the keys for an afternoon or two? I have visions of me whizzing through the hallways of my building while people jump out of the way flailing grocery bags in the process.
Maybe I should move on to Plan C...