No more counting

I don’t want to know how many days it takes me to unpack. The kitchen is mostly organized, not including the boxes of stuff I haven’t yet found. The picture is of my workroom. I began by removing four boxes to another room, but it didn’t help much. I’ve actually been taking it easy, following your instructions. Yesterday afternoon I went to a splendid movie: Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. It’s a wonderful portrayal of making the best of old age, along with some great views of India; something I’ll probably watch again.

Finally went grocery shopping today. The cupboard has been very bare, but I was enjoying not have more stuff to put away. However, I do like to eat. I thought about going last night but just walked down the street and got a sandwich from EatUnique, my favorite restaurant. One of the virtues of my new location is that I can just walk one or two blocks and get something to eat or have something to do. I’m enjoying it already.

I have seven bookcases and I’ve begun loading them. Unfortunately I’m not sure how to divide the books: which books go in what room. I have a terrible feeling this could go on for a long time.

Tomorrow morning I have class again. I’m grateful for the distraction.

3 thoughts on “No more counting

  1. RYN: YOU are so funny. I mention desert weather, and you tease me. Here at the beach, it’s 64 right now. Inland in the 70’s, but it’s warm out in the desert.

  2. You are delightful. Well, just put the fiction in one place and the nonfiction in another. Later you can sort. Yes, take it easy. Wait a week or so before you begin to tackle the boxes. Yes, we will see that one again and buy it too.

  3. Enjoy those little forays into the city for food and classes. All that stuff will wait for you back home…and it always amazes me how we get along with all that “stuff” we can’t do without. Of course that said, it’ll be really nice to get everything organized again, won’t it? I loved the movie too.

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