The more I pack, the more there seems that needs to be packed. The professional (and I use that term loosely) packers will be here week after next. I’m letting them pack most of the breakables and things I don’t want to pack but there are things I don’t want them packing so I’m getting as much of that done as I can. I think it’s safe to say that my house is not going to sell now til after we’re gone since most every room is now full of boxes.
This is the sewing room. There are at least this many boxes in another spot but I forgot to take pictures of those. All this packing and this is all the progress I’ve made with the fabric.
There’s a lot of fabric there to pack. I’m never buying fabric again! 🙂
The foyer – we can still get in and out the front door but by tomorrow, it may be blocked by boxes. Not really – that wouldn’t be safe and in the unlikely event the realtor wants to show the house, they will use this door.
The breakfast room isn’t too bad!
The dining room is a disaster. Boxes along every wall.
From the foyer looking into the dining room. What you probably cannot see is that the last two big puzzles Chad and Nicole have completed are now residing on the dining room table.
The master bedroom. Furniture from here is gone so this room will probably fill up completely with boxes.
I could show more pictures but I think you get the picture — life as we knew it is being dismantled . . box by box. Soon I will live in a house full of boxes. Nothing will be as it once was. Soon all this will be a distant memory. That day can’t get here quickly enough!