Monday, August 13, 2007

Moving Out But Not In?

Tomorrow I will be between homes! I need to have all of my things out of my room at Sigma Nu so that another guy can move into it, and the house isn't near to being ready to move into. That leaves me living in a pile of boxes in the Fraternity's living room. Lucky me! It beats the street I guess! Tonight I need to box up everything I own and get it moved. That would present enough of a problem if my room was spotless and well organized. Check out these photos; it's not! I'm the kind of person who is very well organized with time management and most other areas of life, but just has to let one thing go unorganized. That's my room. Wish me luck as I box up my life and clean up tonight!

4 comments:

Camiseta Personalizada said...

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Muskego Jeff said...

Damn! I'm tempted to play a game of "what products can you identify in this picture" but I wouldn't know where to start! Now I know why you wanted my shed.

Kelli said...

Uh oh, Nate, looks like while you were busy packing someone hit your comment board with a spam comment. The portuguese translates roughly to "Hey I found your blog on Google and it looks interesting. I have a blog about personalized tee shirts and I show the process for how to make them. If you could add my blog do your blogroll I'd appreciate it. Later, and much success." Anyway, thought I'd save you the trouble of looking it up on AltaVista or something. I know how stressful packing and moving can be, especially under those circumstances. Bummer about the flashing around the chimney! It's pouring here in Des Moines today and I'm just dreading the damp musty smell in our basement that will result from all the damaged gutters pouring water straight down our foundation. Brandon actually propped up one of the gutter drains with a brick when we were at the house today, so hopefully that's better than nothing. Keep your chin up!

Sandy said...

Kelli, I am so impressed that you could translate that!