Moving Again

I’m sorry that I’d been absent from writing. We are moving again in July. I may call moving a routine for us already, having moved every 1 or 2 years in the past to accommodate others in my family. But this move is a big move. We are finally moving to Bacolod, my birthplace. We are uprooting everything – furniture, appliances, car, pets.

And we have been packing since the end of March. I don’t want to end up being overwhelmed so we had started, little by little.

I am not a hoarder. I don’t hold on to things that I no longer like or that are of no use to me. So I always end up giving stuff away, perhaps selling some. That being said, I can’t believe we still have so much stuff. SO MUCH STUFF!

I am going to calm down now. 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Moving Again”

  1. It must be hard to be uprooted from a place you’ve made a home and move to another place again. I say this because I’ve experienced this when I was 12 years. But then, I was young and although it was hard for me to move, it was easier to adjust to my new surroundings. I wonder how it is for a grown-up? At the same time, it must be exciting to go back to your birthplace. Have a good move! =)
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