Okay, I have a little secret to share.
Since it seems pretty sure now, I can officially say that we are moving. We’ve just sold our flat where we’ve spent almost five years and decided to head for another town and for some new life experiences.
And you know what?
I am all happy about it (AHAI).
Do you like my new abbreviation?
I guess it’s gonna go viral!
Yeah, being humble is one of my biggest strengths.
Anyway, I’ve been AHAI for the past few days. Okay, my consumption of chocolate bars might have tripled and I might have been trembling with fear here and there (okay, it looks more like random spasms), but all in all, I see this as a great experience and an open road to new opportunities.
Change is good.
At least, they say so (TSS).
As a true blogger I also thought that I’d definitely share my moving experiences with you. You know, the little tricks on how to do things better and more effectively. Like how to get those twenty pairs of shoes into one box or that you should establish an ‘open me first box’ that will contain loads of chocolate bars and a bottle of vodka.
I was planning all that feverishly only to find out that my fate has something way better prepared for me.
My fate and my guiding angels are so kind that they sent my parents for a holiday at the exact same time when our packing needs to be done…leaving their dog and canary and zillions of plants to be taken care of by their sweet daughter…which is me, of course.
My parents know nothing about the fact that we are moving, we just didn’t want to spoil their holiday.
So here I am, packing my necessary cooking stuff (because, you know guys, I will bring you new cooking posts at any conditions, nothing is going to stop me in that) and leaving for my parents’ house delegating all the moving onto my beloved boyfriend.
Girls, it’s all about delegation.
That is the only thing that really matters.
And my boyfriend?
Well, he’s doing fine… he’s munching on a chocolate bar and is AHAI. But don’t worry about him – he’ll be given very precise phone instructions.
See you soon, dear friends.
(P.S. Mom’s kitchen stuff is awesome!)