WE HAD THREE MEN AND A TRUCK, BUT WHO'S COUNTING?
Today was the day. Movers arrived at 8:15 am and began carrying our worldly goods to their huge truck for delivery to the farm. Glenn and I had the large furniture pieces ready to go and I'd placed tags on what was to stay. The whole ordeal (for the movers) took four and one half hours, start to finish. Well, "finish" is not the best word for what we now have. We have a mess, but after I post this, I'll be headed back to the farm for the first night's sleep there, so that will be an adventure. We'll tackle the mess one day at a time. I just gathered the basics tonight and will come back here tomorrow to pack up more small items and care for the cats since their abode in the barn is not yet ready for habitation. All in all, it was a good day and not as stressful as I thought it might be. It was tiring though. I'll bid you all a good night and thank you for following this saga to it's completion, which is actually, a new beginning.