Preparing for a move


I still have no idea when it is going to happen. Therefore I can only go through my stuff and sort it out as to what is going, trashing or donating. I can’t pack what I might need since I don’t have a date yet. The stuff I am not using I can pack now in readiness. Of course, the longer it takes I might have to do some unpacking such as extra meds and such.

This hasn’t been great for my anxiety and I will be increasing my anxiety medicine at refill time. There is just so much to do with no real dates. I am making lots of lists of course so I can refresh my memory. Don’t want to forget things that need doing once the move is made. I haven’t moved in 14 years.

Most of my stuff is still upstairs from when I moved in and then moved down here. Carrying stuff up and down the stairs is left to my son, but my work has to be done when he feels like it. If I get my dad to take a chair upstairs I can just work up there and rest my back as needed. It still tires easily and hurts.

Tessa – advocate for mental health and invisible illnesses, also devout Christian

Author – http://www.finallyawriter.wordpress.com (this blog contains my old work), new work is on this blog http://www.tessacandoit.com

 

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4 thoughts on “Preparing for a move

  1. morgueticiaatoms

    I was so worried about keeping important paperwork and meds where I could get them but easily move them when the time came, I kept a briefcase and a folder by my side at all times. Easy access whether I was sitting in limbo or on the move.

    Wish I had thought to do that with Spook’s dollhouse furniture. It took me two weeks of digging in the shed to find that stuff, it somehow got into a bag of clothes. She was freaking out the whole time, accusing me of forgetting it or losing it or throwing it out. I was so relieved when I found it- that kid is an expert nag!

    Wishing you the best and hoping it comes through soon so your anxiety goes down, limbo is not a good place to be when you have disorders as we do. ❤

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    1. Tessa Post author

      You are so right. I jump everytime the phone rings, afraid it is them and afraid it isn’t. So far it isn’t. Anxiety through the roof. During all of this I have to go to bankruptcy court in mid April. And also during this time I am having epidurals that are doing nothing. Good luck with your new place. ❤

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