Today is the day we close. I don’t think me or the wife slept at all. It was a mixture of us being so excited that closing day was basically right there and finishing up packing. We had most of it packed up already. After the wife tried to go to bed I moved the majority of the boxes from upstairs down to the living room to make packing the U-Haul go fast as we can. We are going to be moving right after we close and we also have Time Warner coming in the afternoon. We want to get most we can done with thanksgiving tomorrow. One thing we couldn’t get is guardian to come out and hook up the security system. It slipped our minds with everything going on so now we get to wait 2 weeks for them to come out. We dropped the ball but it’s not that big of a deal. Not like we are paying for it but word to others call EARLY.
Guess Scarlet isn't helping with moving
WE HAVE KEYS!!! So we finally closed on our dream home! It took about an hour. You go and sign a huge packet of papers. They even provided us with a book copy of everything we signed. Right after we closed we took a car load over to the house such as a pc and TV for Time Warner for later in the day. It took us 3 U-Haul loads to get the majority of everything over to the house. We didn’t realize how much stuff we had. The greatest part was that my wife threw her back out two days before the move while packing. Then we found out my mother-law is sick and her BF had to go into work for few hours. So the first load went slow and wasn’t much on the truck as we could had fit on it. We also had to rush over to the house to meet up with the Time Warner guy. After the BF got off work we really started the loading of all the furniture and bigger stuff. In all it took us about 6-8 hours to do it all. Still some stuff to move over later while we clean and get ready to turn in the keys. We have our old place for another week so we have some time to get the few little things still there. Now the fun part of unpacking the new house begins.
Also the counters with the flooring/cabinets