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Well, apparently I pulled a muscle in my shoulder yesterday while prying up the tack strips and nails. Consequently, I've been at (old) home packing things at a rather slow pace, as opposed to working in the (new) office. Meh, it'll get done eventually; I needed to pack the last of things anyway.

So we're going to leave the cats at the (old) house with the in-laws until we get back from San Francisco on June 6th. We decided that they will be freaked out enough by the move as it it. Moving them now, then leaving them for a week- we'd just be begging for a bad behavior and a regression of socializtaion. Add to that the fact that [livejournal.com profile] draconisferret would be moving in while we were gone... Well, letting them stay with "Gam-maw and Grandpa" will be better.

TTFN

Date: 2006-05-25 03:25 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] wolfdragon-arts.livejournal.com
will it be possible for me to try to move in two days earlier...
my schedule sucks major asss
they have me going in 2pm-11pm most of the damn week...
this Mon I dont have to go in til 5pm....

Date: 2006-05-25 04:00 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] air-n-darkness.livejournal.com
Errrrr, the carpet cleaners are coming on Tues the 30th, not yesterday:p Apparently I can't read a calender; I've been operating a week ahead. So I'd like to keep that room clear for them to clean.

You can move stuff in and put it downstairs or in the garage if you want before then.

Trust me, you want that carpet cleaned. Pamela told me one of her older (now deceased) cats made some messes in there during it's last days.

We're only going to put our bed upstairs...if we move it before then at all...before they clean.

Date: 2006-05-25 04:34 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] wolfdragon-arts.livejournal.com
ok ... so i can use the garage as a reservoir

Date: 2006-05-25 07:43 am (UTC)
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*HUGS*
Hope your shoulder feels better soon. From experience (I quilted a queen-size bed quilt in 2 weeks on an ordinary sewing machine), stretching, heatpacks, and tigerbalm help.

Is it latissimus dorsii, rotater cuff, trapezius, or the-muscles-that-run-either-side-of-the-spine that I can't remember the name of? Um, erector spinatus (maybe). Cause I know stretches that help with all of those.

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